2 days ago, my husband and I added to my list of priorities. He’s pretty cute, too.]]>
Ben I think Lamonte would disagree with you. SOme of us want to do the 9-5 thing and go home.]]>
I used to own and run a recording studio. Doing what I loved and doing well.
Then for some reason felt that I needed to try the Employee thing. My reason was that doing taxes and getting health insurance would be easier. Boy what was I thinking.
Don’t get me wrong I enjoy my job and have a lot of freedom here. (I am an Account Executive for a Corporate AV company) Even though I am free to do mostly as I please as long as I perform. I have tasted of the fruit of the tree of the BYOB (Be your own Boss)
The fruit at my current work is sweet, but I long for that delicous fruit I grew to know and Like so well.]]>
Then again, they say for frustrated actors, teaching is a great profession because you get to do a performance every day. It can be a lot of fun!]]>
my husband switched careers not long ago. he went from being a nuclear reactor mechanic to being a law enforcement officer. HUGE transition. he used to make loads more, but the hours and the work were just crummy. now? we sacrifice in the budget, but he comes home from work happy every. single. day. and that’s priceless. he plays cops and robbers and lives out boyhood fantasies of being a cowboy and it works for us.]]>