I work in a small town movie store where I do nothing but sit, play videogames, and watch movies.
I teach 5th and 6th grade in San Diego, California. I have been doing this for 5 years now and it is always a challenge and is usually fun. Those kids keep me on my toes. As for the previous post from WalplolechinaCat, don't ever be ashamed of your faith. There is nothing wrong with faith:)
I help folks recover from mental illness.
peace and low stress
I work for companies that produce games-role playing, board, and card games. I LOVE it! My collegues are an international gallery of intelligent and unusual folk (not unlike Deadheads in that respect), and I really enjoy that there is creativity, art, and writing involved in producing games. I also like that the finished product helps people relate and interact with each other. The gaming community accepts new people readily-not based on their social status, posessions, or what they look like, but due to the fact that they love to game. This industry has also brought me out into the world-taken me from Chicago to Atlanta to Germany to France, and next to Spain.
In my experience a lot of Heads are engaged in formal religion, and a lot aren't. Sharing our perrspectives (rather than beating each other over the head with them...) is one of best parts of this whole thing as far as I'm concerned. So feel free to say more.
In fact, I may start a topic...
I have been working for the last 7 years at a publishing company in the credit dept My primary job is calling on past due accts My other job hate to say is a youth minister at my church I am responsible for faith formation There are two things in my life I can not live without They are the DEAD and my faith in GOD
Ive been in the telcommmunications field for 20 years, I currently work for Charter Communcations, but have had "gigs" with AT&T and US Cellular as well.
I think you win there, coachdeadhead. What's your story? How'd you find the Dead and all that?
I noticed a lot of teachers on this board, but I wonder how many have taught for thirty eight years and are now retired? And how many of them taught physical education and coached basketball--not a profession one usually associates with the Grateful Dead (except maybe Phil Jackson). And how many can say they are over 70 years in age? Well, that fits my profile. And I have loved every minute of it.