I have lived and worked in Kissimmee, Florida for most of my life although I have lived in New Port Richey, FL for a year. (That's near Tampa, for those that don't know.) I absolutely loved it, but I don't know that college is working out for me. I have also spent plenty of time in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, although I've only lived there for a week at a time in the various seasons going on family vacations. I absolutely adore the area and would love to live there for a longer period of time someday.. (I'm more familiar with the Gatlinburg, Tennessee area of the Smokies although I have been to the Carolina's as well.)
I am a fun loving, creative, artistic soul who enjoys spending time writing, singing, dancing, hanging out and having fun. I also enjoy cross-stitching while listening to music.
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Writing about my travelling and working experiences, either in blog or book format.
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Hi Laura ... yeah I just re-read my comment to ya in December. Boy, I was full of advice back then, wasn't I :-) Glad to here you've been "around" and have seen most of the places I mentioned....Hahahahaha. You know what they say about ass-u-me ing too much! Anyway I am certain you are right about Tennessee and you are exactly where you need to be. Take care! Ranger Rich
I can't seem to get ya to respond on chat so I'll just leave you a message. Don't know how things have changed for you since 2009, but you really do need to see more than Florida and Tennessee! Try Wyoming and Montana, or Colorado and Utah. These are amazing landscapes that look nothing like the places you mention in your Bio. So I say "get out there" and start expanding your horizons ...think about this quote "it's not the number of breaths we take, but the number of moments that take our breath away" Start living those moments.
There are a lot of places to start your job search. My Coolworks is a good place. Seasonal work is all about your comfort level. If you are a little leery about the whole thing, look for something close to home. However, many people love seasonal work because it gives them an opportunity to see places completely new. So I would consider making a big leap and trying something out west or Alaska. Take advantage of the opportunity to travel someplace exotic and potentially expensive on your employers dime.
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