is to create as much good as possible, make people smile, comfort those who need it, smack those who need it, and jump around acting the fool if necessary. In addition, I have been given full authority to act in charge and important. Some highlights of my current position are to ensure that everyone else feels like their job isn't as good as mine and make sure others covet my garden and pristine land, musical instruments, and connections in the Dead world. I guess thats it.
Much love, Rose
High school journalism teacher - taught English and reading for years, kinda fell into this journalism gig and it's my best so far. Kids work up to your expectations - give them something meaningful to do and they do just fine.
"Got a few wrinkles but that's OK, hang out in the breeze and they'll blow away"
IT-Outsourcing--Mainframe, AS400, Unix....
Making sure that customer's batch schedules run.
We in the Outsourcing can be thought of as Firemen in a way......we jump to work when we spot a problem.
Bobby Ace said:
"Playing music in New York City is uncertain and thankless and you're never sure who'll play or who'll pay.
Anyone want a band?"
do you play barmitzvas or weddings? proms? ( -:
do you know how to play all of the dead standards? as well as stuff the old foggies (non-heads) would like?
"The highway is for gamblers, you'd better use your sense
Take what you have gathered from coincidence"
...as little or as much as possible, depending.
I'm just a, well...porpoise.
Fortune 500 Insurance Company
white collar sweat shop
smile, smile, smile!
“The Omnipotent Grateful Dead” - unknown
Sales rep for the biggest dental company in the world.....and can you believe my dental insurance isnt that good? haha
I 'm a nanny for a 3 year old boy River and a 1 year old girl Winter.They are pretty cool little kids.We spend our days picnicing,visiting parks and art shows,swimming and just checking out our city.This is truly the best job in the world.Heres the icing on the cake...the only way I can get the little one to calm down from cryin is to play her some dead so I get to groove all day!
I teach six-year olds at a private school in New York. They're good kids, but you do have to tell them what's what. I love the job. I also call myself an amateur professional musician, by which I mean that I can hold a groove, I know the Jazz standards and I play two or three times a week around the city, but I'm keeping my day job. Why? Because that way I'm sure I can pay the rent. Playing music in New York City is uncertain and thankless and you're never sure who'll play or who'll pay.
Anyone want a band?