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So What do you do for a living?

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So I thought it would be fun to get to know one another and post what you do for a living, I bet there is a broad spectum of people on this forum!

I'll start..

I am a professional ballroom dancer.

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That's neat!!!

 

I think we had a thread like this recently... we definitely have a wide spectrum.

 

Techincally I guess I'm a stay at home mom!

 

When working, I'm an ABA Therapist.

 

I'm in grad school (almost finished!) for Marriage and Family Therapy.

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I guess you can say WE are business owners. We have our own metal fabrication business. Building gates, pool fences, security doors, etc.

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Wow. I wish I could dance hahha. I'm a nanny going on 5 years and before that childcare for 8 years. And in my "free" time I work with children in foster care in court.

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i am a professional photographer, believe it or not! I specialize in fine art children and family photograpy. Still dabble in weddings from time to time...

 

I too was a nanny for five through college....my babies are all grown now one is a freshman in college.....it makes me feel soooo old!

 

STORYTELLERS

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I work for a customs broker in Vancouver.. I clear through customs all the coffee bean containers that come into Vancouver on the ships and through the border via trucks :)

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I am a police officer with specialties as a crime scene technician and a field training officer (show the new guys/gals the ropes)

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