Saturday, May 20, 2006

the big Q's


1) Become an eye harvester, take donor eyes and give sight to the blind. 12 hour shifts, four days on, four off, three on, three off.

2) Become a paper pusher for the Air Force, get paid well, but have no purpose in work, and run the risk of it sucking the life out of me, but I would not have to work that hard or that much and get paid quite well.

3) Become a Laser technician, drive around and deliver, set up and operate on people with lasers, crio-surgery equipment, and other cool stuff. Travel around the great state of Oregon, driving everywhere, gone from p-town at least 2 days per week.

4) Camp medical person, low pay, work all the time, but a lot of fun. Non-permanent.

So, what do you think?


Anna said...

Have you decided yet?

Patty said...

Hey, Matt. It has sure been a while since I've commented here. I still check your blog all the time. Loved the photo below.

I'd say you should go for whatever makes you happy. I was told by someone that being a photographer, I won't make enough money, that I won't succeed and so on, but I'm not going to let that stop or discourage me. My family, etc. support, encourage & believe in me. My aim is not to be rich. I love photography...that's what makes me happy.

Back to you...

I think you should do 4 or 3. Both sound exciting. Stay away from 2. Since you didn't state your thoughts on 1, I can't say anything other than it sounds tiring, but rewarding.

Let us know what you decide.