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  • #195056
    Shadowdragon
    Participant

    Although, it has been awhile since I went to school. I might find I do not enjoy it any more. I am trying to learn herbs on my own.

    #195058
    Jax
    Keymaster

    I find my tolerance for school is low now. Though it’s more that I’m so busy I don’t have time to fit it in, so the thought of homework is awful.

    On another note, I can now add author to my list of things, as if I needed more things. lol I’ll have a post about all this before long. But it’s more important to write a few hundred works on my work in progress first.

    #195059
    Shadowdragon
    Participant

    I am going to try to go part time in winter quarter. I enjoy learning and research. Lol, I have been told I am weird that way. I am looking forward to classes with you all.

    #195068
    Onllwyn
    Participant

    I wear a couple of hats.

    I’m the Client Solutions Manager for a magazine printing company. I oversee a marketing group that brings digital solutions to traditional publishers.

    I also own a videography and photography company, specializing in images for businesses.

    I also help my clients out in other areas including graphic design, website design, marketing consultation and more.

    In my spare time, I’m a husband and father.

    #195069
    Shadowdragon
    Participant

    Nice to meet you.

    #195071
    Kol Drake
    Moderator

    Wait… you have spare time!?!?!?!

    #195073
    Shadowdragon
    Participant

    What an idea!

    #195138
    Jax
    Keymaster

    I’m looking forward to meeting Onllwyn in 12 hours! We both live in the same metro area and are going to do a little networking. :-)

    #195996
    TarynGurnta
    Participant

    Now that I’ve read a bit about all of you…

    My dream job as a kid was to be a Colonial reenactor at Historic Williamsburg. I’d still love that, but I think I’d go for ren faire performer instead.

    I was a junior docent at my local living history museum as a young adolescent, got my first “real job” as a barista as a teenager, and continued that when I was home for breaks from university. I got a BA in Spanish, taught English as a foreign language in South America for a semester, and hoped to be a contact for immigrants to help with immigration paperwork, learning English, navigating a new place, finding resources for any help needed, etc. Life happened, and I cooked in a health food store’s cafe, helped my uncle open a restaurant, and worked grocery for a while, then spent a couple years at the state vital records office. That was the closest I got to my “dream job,” being able to help non-English speakers get their kids’ birth certificates straightened out. I went back to barista work for a brief stint when my oldest was an infant, but now I am a full-time parent, homeschool educator, and babysit friends’ kids to help make ends meet.

    #195998
    Kol Drake
    Moderator

    Are you considering teaching your kids to be bi-lingual?
    These days, it comes in handy for many jobs.

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