Dreamiest Job — Work

Prism — West Los Angeles — original photo — J. Black

Year 2000 served me elation and despair in copious amounts. The highest and lowest moments for my working life were less than 12 months apart. Irish twins. A behavioral economist graphing my working life to date focuses their efforts explaining the impact of a life’s work (in progress), centered on, the middle years, not 1999 (Prince is a musical genius) or 2001 (was a “Chronic” year and an artistic slice of sci-fi celluloid). Year 2000 she…

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