I am a homeless outreach worker in Boston. I enjoy what I do, and it keeps me busy. I help folks with housing, keeping housing, income ect. As well as reaching out to the homeless on the streets of Boston. It doesnt seem like work most of the time, it seems more like being a head with resources.
"peace is ONLY idealistic to those who believe it to be so"
Peace, Love and Hugs,
I started out wanting and trying to be some kind of an artist. I went to college in the late sixties and...then.. I seem to have misplaced about ten years of my life. I've looked everywhere, even behind the fridge, but still can't find them. I did alot of off beat odd jobs to stay afloat while not trying to get a real job, not knowing, of course that they were real jobs. Reality was never my strong suit. In 1987, I went back to school at UCLA and became a paralegal and I now work in a law office in LA where I act like a paralegal. So far, they seem to beleive me.
Naw man, its a family owned little pasta resteraunt. Good food tho, The guys name is jimmy and I think he has a drug problem. He kinda goes off for no apparent reason. But for now its a job, if things don't work out there, expect me on tour from May 1st - ???
I currently make all natural Dog Treats. Its hard to call it work when you "Standing on the moon"
nine mile skid on a ten mile ride
hey bro is that in massachusettes..there is a realy good small chain here called jimmys...just wondering
Needles to say I work in a resteraunt. Making pasta sheets, then running the sheets through again to cut angel hair, linguiny and fettachini. then cookin it as well as other dishes, chicken parm, veal marsala, 10 oz. strip steaks and so fourth. BUT, the bartender trade beers for food and were entitles to 1 free shift drink, witch usually turns int 3 or 4. All in all its pretty groovy.The name of its called Jimmys and its an italion resteraunt. Think im gonna make a tye-dye shirt with the slogan on it that says"Put some Jimmys in your mouth" or maybe not, might get fired......
Worked almost 20 years as Registered Nurse becoming a victim of burnout I left the medical field went back to college in 2003. I was jazzed about trying an alternative career for a woman and started in land surveying. I needed a language course took sign language changed my major and decided I am a skilled helper and caregiver. I graduated in 2007 with a degree in Social Work. Currently I work with older folks with dementia, cognitively and developmentally disabled adults during the day and victims of domestic violence and sexual assault as my second job. Keeps me busy while I am waiting to attend a show and helps support my GD and music habit. Peace and love to all.
I install major appliances in n.y.c . Been doing it for over 30 years.(self employed)
Is suprisingly coming along better than I had hoped it would. Went this route because was sceptical of finding a regular job. It seems that the idea of offering outsourcing services to game publishers was NOT a stupid idea, in this time of crisis; when everyone seems to be looking for an alternative solution to sell/market their product. Also have two Spanish artists to rep:
which adds a nice creative touch to the whole package that am offering.
It's the end of the world as we know it, and I feel fine
Yet, I am a golf professional that loves what I do. Have taught over 2000 lessons and lived here for 9 years (in Chitown) but since I was too excited for the Spring Tour, I served for a really nice restaurant around here (didn't Dylan say, "You've got to serve somebody") And I'm currently gainfully unemployed, oh well, I'll just clean the Mom's place for a awhile and see what comes about.
Will you come with me? Once in awhile you can get shown the light in the strangest of places if you look at it right!