I am a sales assistant in a lighting showroom on Saturdays. I work 9-5, have a half hour lunch break, my sister is my boss and my uncle is the owner. S'all good.
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I work as a stagehand for two local theaters. I did go to college and hold an AA in Theater but it did me little good. As long as I know which way "stage right" is and which end of a light to hang on the batten, I'm in and good.
The degree will help me in my next stint at college, transferring as an undergrad instead of coming in green. It would help, too, if I wanted to teach or something.
I pledge allegiance to the Earth, one planet, many gods, and to the universe in which she spins.
I work to live! Yeah, that's it! er...um...because of the world we live in now, I live to work.
Okay, well I have a B.S. in Communication Disorders & Sciences. I've been working as an "Early Interventionist" for 18 months at Easter Seals. Basically, I work closely with parents and their 0-3 year old children born with special needs. I specialize in counseling parents, teaching infant/toddler sign language, and treating toddlers with language delays, language disorders, stuttering, speech disorders (motor planning problems). I get to travel Ventura, Ojai & Santa Paula, to my client's homes, and do all my paperwork from my home office.
Its not an easy job, very challenging and exhausting. Also, sad at times, children born with physical disabilities like C.P., Downs, MR, and/or exposed to drugs.
On the upbeat, I adore this children, and all in all, I do experience progress with them. I have learned how to foster dynamic relationships with the parents of these children, too.
I HAVE MUCH TO LEARN YET IN MY FIELD!
There comes a time when silence is a betrayal — not only of one's personal convictions, or even of one's country alone, but also of our deeper obligations to humanity.~ Words of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.