Originally posted on The Daily Post: We’re constantly taking photos, from Instagrammed images of that really good sandwich at lunch to posed, just-so portraits of family gatherings. It’s easy: look through the viewfinder, center the subject, and press the shutter…
This is a page. I am guessing it should be about me. I just saw something about background checks for a fee. Wow! They make a person sound scary and suspicious. That I am not. I am on my last part of my career, or at least I think I am. Never say never, right? I am 54 and I just started an online business. I sell food for people who want to survive disasters, go camping or hiking, who want to prepare for the unknown or who just want to make things easier once in a while, speaking of meals. I sell mostly freeze dried foods and they are good. So are the dehydrated foods I offer. Well, speaking of dehydration, you always need water to survive. I sell gear that makes water, from almost anywhere, drinkable. That really rounds off a good meal.
Before selling food online, I taught people, aviation related information, and geographical. It was fun and very predictable, very much a 9 to 5 existence. I wanted to do things differently, being more self reliant, and all. So, here I am. With the advent of lay offs, twice in 8 months, it made my decision and desires easier to recognize.
I am what the University of Oklahoma calls a Master of Human Relations. Believe me, that is on-going. I suppose it will be forever. My undergraduate degree is in Psychology, from the University of North Florida. I spent time in the USAF, in New York, Florida and South Korea.
I was a late bloomer. I have a child, 13. I am single (divorced but on good terms). I have always cared about others, but I do not go in for politics, so this seems like an area within which we may all have equal footing. I hope to make many, many friends and to grow a great business. Most of all, I want to grow more and be truly who I am, to be truly authentic. I have a good start.