So the past couple years, I kicked it up a notch and worked fairly hard. I didn't mind my old job at all, but it wasn't something I really loved. In April, I got married, and my wife got a job back home in CT, so after coming up to CT for the wedding, we went back home to FL, packed up, and moved back home. I was unemployed for a while, and put out resumes everywhere. Actually got a full time job doing pre-media and it isn't that bad. Then, it happend... I started this Tuesday at ESPN as an assitant photo editor for espn.com. I never thought it would be what it is. I completely owe getting an interview to my wife, because she works there too as an assignment editor for the NHL and NBA. I never even imagined working somewhere like that and in that position as I never finished college. She got me an initial interview, and from there, I seemed to have impressed them a lot with my portfolio. I didn't get the full time job I interviewed for, but I am there now, and it is unbelievable. It's the one of the few jobs I have ever had that I don't mind staying late for, and the first one ever that I want to stay late not because of the overtime pay (though that is a NICE bonus), but due to the fact that I am genuinely enjoying what I do.