BlueJayWay & Synchronicity-long time no read.
This Friday just got alot better.
Oh shit, I just realized this thread is on the day job. (You guy's arrival had me flumoxed!)
I have worked in the mental health field for almost 3 decades now in a variety of capacities. So that my mental floss comment on the other thread was serious (I will put it on my To Do list).
By the way, that flummox condition is one of those double top secret mental health terms.
There are a boatload of those.
(Editing feverishly to make a feeble attempt to follow the directions on the thread.)
Lead quality control technician for a brass and copper alloy mill, and controller of the lab boombox--
I live off the grid in the Southwest Colorado mountains.
When I turn off my lights at night, there are none in my view.
I cut wood and carry water.
For fun, I make electricity at home.
We are entertained by gardening with the use of greywater.
Grateful Dead music has been pretty important to me for a long time.
Post Industrial Shamanic Existentialism with a Masonic twist
does not fit in the "religion" box of most
I seem to be entering the second half of my first century
quite well, thank you.
There is nothing, absolutely Nothing quite so much worth doing
As simply Messing about with boats.
Must be those couches.
I sleep on peoples' couches and have no earthly posessions, but my hair is shiny and smells nice. I refuse to believe that the show ever ended - it's hiding from us, and we just have to catch up to it again. I do bead work and play the flute too. I don't eat meat - only hand made gruel from commune-grown organic grains and vegetables. I still sell grilled cheese sandwiches for money in public parking lots when I have to face reality and deal with The Man. There is no record of my name, address, social security number or birth certificate. People call me Kale.
Staff Photographer at a newspaper in Raleigh, NC for 27 years. Before that I was in banking and finance for 7 years.......which is why I quit that and became a photog. I like being outside and not in an office. It's been an interesting career. I've seen a lot and done a lot that people don't ordinarily get to see and do.
I work with families that have children with disabilities, such as autism. I am what is called a Behavioral Specialist Coordinator, which has me working all hours of the day and evening. I just graduated with a Masters in Special Ed. so this job is just a hold over until I can get a teaching gig.
Do or do not; there is no try.
I am a personal (fitness) trainer and I coach high school cheerleading