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riccil0ve 05-28-2010 01:10 AM

What do you do for a living?
 
So I'm curious. When you aren't stalking the Horse Forum and loving on your horses, what is it that you do?

I work at WinCo Foods in the bakery. I decorate cakes and bake bread. =]

RedTree 05-28-2010 01:15 AM

checkout chick lol I only work on weekends as I am still in school but I want to get a better paying job so I can afford all the good things :)

corinowalk 05-28-2010 01:16 AM

Im a bartender at Red Lobster, 5 days a week...oh and Im a full time, never stops Mom

Becca93 05-28-2010 01:31 AM

I work at Macca's as a trainer, and tomorrow I'm going for s job at my local riding ranch :)

I'm also a student, in my last year of high school
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Cinnys Whinny 05-28-2010 01:36 AM

I'm a 24/7 mom to a pre-teen girl and a 5 month old bouncing baby boy! Oh, and a maid to a 40 year old slob!! ha ha

Appyt 05-28-2010 01:36 AM

I am a lunch lady at the local school.. :) That means I'm OFF all summer.

Delfina 05-28-2010 01:44 AM

I work at home as an Admin/Team Lead for a small company. Since I work from home, I am able to take care of my 2 girls and not have them in daycare.

I absolutely love my job, pays extremely well and has very flexible scheduling so I can work 40 hours a week, be at home when my girls are and still have plenty of time to ride!

kevinshorses 05-28-2010 01:47 AM

I used to be a maintenance suervisor at a plant that slices meat for Subway but for the last year I have been a stay at home dad and horse trainer. In a couple of weeks I'm starting my first full time cowboy job since I got married 10 years ago.

riccil0ve 05-28-2010 01:51 AM

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Originally Posted by Delfina (Post 645876)
I work at home as an Admin/Team Lead for a small company. Since I work from home, I am able to take care of my 2 girls and not have them in daycare.

I absolutely love my job, pays extremely well and has very flexible scheduling so I can work 40 hours a week, be at home when my girls are and still have plenty of time to ride!

You, my friend, are very lucky. My boss wants me to work at 4am and I'm about done with it. What good is it to be off at noon if I'm too **** tired to do anything!? Haha. I wish I had your job. =]

I think this is all pretty interesting. I'm sure most of us don't have horse-jobs. Only one so far it seems, who is a very lucky duck, lol.

My mom works for a high school, she constantly brags about having all summer off, and making about the same as I make and only works about 6 hours a day. I just tell her how much she sucks, haha.

I forgot to mention I do work full-time. I was also a full-time student at the community college for two quarters, but had to stop for now with all the stress going on in my life at the moment and I was too busy and exhausted to do my homework. I do plan on picking up again as soon as I can manage and am very excited for it. I hope to see who is also in that sort of position. It's inspiring to see other people who work themselves to the ground. =]

EDIT: Kevin, I love Subway. If you were part of Subway, you are my hero. Even if I have never eaten the meat, haah.

kevinshorses 05-28-2010 02:04 AM

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Originally Posted by riccil0ve (Post 645879)

EDIT: Kevin, I love Subway. If you were part of Subway, you are my hero. Even if I have never eaten the meat, haah.


The company i worked for was contracted by subway to provide the meat. They supply about 70% of the meat at subways world wide. Working there was killing me. I hated the fact that they let me go but it was the best thing that ever happened to me.


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