Monday, April 4, 2011


I think that spending my afternoon reading blogs in my pajamas is the 80's equivalent to eating bon-bons and watching soap operas. I needed a good blog jam session after my morning so far. Re-structuring my resume can get a little tiring after a while.

Since the "recent job history" as well as the "education" section of my resume screams fundamentalist bible thumping evangelical to the untrained eye, it is a little difficult tailoring my work experience to fit common day marketable job skills. For instance trying to make my knowledge of 2000 year old Koine Greek make me sound bilingual hasn't been working out so well.

Just this morning I got off the phone with a job agency, the gal asked me what my previous work history was, I said that I have a master's degree in Theology and I worked as a youth pastor at a church and she replied, “while working there did you have any heavy duty machining training or dye casting experience” (seriously, that was her immediate response) um, no but I can definitely hold my own in a foosball tournament or watermelon seed spitting contest...

There doesn't seem to be much need in the secular world with someone with my unique set of talents...who knew that being able to stuff 18 marshmallows in my mouth while still saying the words “chubby bunny” wasn't an actual job skill?

For now I will just keep waiting tables at “The Keg” and trying not to pester my wife too much as she works from home. (She is sitting 8 feet from me but I'm not allowed to talk to here when she's in “the office bubble”)

Me having to ask Ruthy how to use the camera in order to set up this "office bubble" shot almost got me put in a timeout.


  1. LOL. love it. I try to put myself in the "cone of silence". Sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn't. I even have a miniture orange cone I put out to remind my co-workers to "respect the cone".

  2. Good Luck with the office Bubble Andy. I cant even shut up for 5 minutes without bothering my wifey.

    You should check out marketing/business development/advertising jobs where you can use your people/communication skills with your creativity.
    - David

  3. You could host the first ever Chubby Bunny tournament. Just think of the sponsors--Marshmallow companies, Ambulance services...that's about it.

  4. Seriously, Chubby Bunny can be pretty dangerous....I don't know how that one made it into the Youth Pastor's handbook.

  5. DAVE!!! hey buddy, long time man. Good to hear from you