I've alluded to The New Job during the last couple of months, so here it is. I'm writing for a company called Weedmaps and their websites: marijuana.com and cannabis.com. I'll also be helping to edit other material. It's full-time. I'll be posting several times a week -- interviews, columns, interesting stories that are all related to medical cannabis and human interest. The marijuana.com website is up and running and is an important resource for all things marijuana-related. The cannabis.com site is a work in progress, and eventually my writing will primarily be featured there. I can't begin to express how grateful I am for this job to have come my way, how perfectly it works out for me both financially and flexibly. I will work from home. If Sophie has a bad day and needs to stay home, I can still work from home. Praise Jesus and hallelujah! Or shall I say praise Cannabis! The irony isn't lost on me that I am still a person who hasn't "partaken" in nearly thirty years, that I got this perfect job because of the often torturous path to healing for Sophie, that I can now parlay my skills into educating and inspiring other families to look at cannabis as a healing plant.
My first article, an interview with a wonderful writer, mother and dear friend and compadre is up today. You can read it here:
Making THCa at Home: An Interview with a Mother
Please leave a comment on the site if you feel like it. And I'd really love it if you'd give me some ideas and suggestions for future interviews, articles and so forth that I could work on. Like everything else in life, it's a grand collaboration, and I wouldn't be here if it weren't for you.