I own a lingerie boutique. My passion is bra fittings with a nice selection of hard to find sizes in brands from around the world. I also carry unique designer pieces, bridal accessories (like traditional peignoir sets), shapewear, and hosiery.
I am a grant monitor and asset manager for a local government agency whose focus is entirely on persons and families making 80% or less of the area median income. Most of my clients work with individuals and families that survive on $12,000 to $20,000 a year.
My new mantra - \"Life is too short not to eat ice cream.\"
i provide a home for people with mild intellectual disabilities.
i LOVE my work!
atm i am thinking of running away from home with dh for a year or three or stay and grow my business into something even more wonderful.
both options equally excite and delight me.
Mostly a stay-at-home mom, but I'm a bit of a professional barn rat for spending money. I'll moonlight as a dog groomer (was my original profession for 30 years) when the muse strikes me and I'm needed in a friend's shop.
I originally wanted to be an artist, but was discouraged from that profession by my dad. Showed him. Grooming is art.
Don't tell me about what you can't do. That's boring. Show me what you can do. - Mom
Formerly worked in the horse racing industry, recently began a new career as a Cosmetologist. Have been freelancing and running my own bridal hair and makeup business, starting a new job at a salon this week. Technically considered the "service industry" but I consider myself more of an artist, since that's what it's all about for me (I'm not much of a people person lol, but I love creating beautiful things).