Which reminds me. I don't want to be in Toronto this winter.
I am not a winter person.
When I was five, skiing in Ontario was fun. When my kids were five I had a few good winters on a snowboard. Now that I'm the big five (oh), I have as much interest in snow as flying to the fricking moon. Actually, I have more interest in the moon.
My ideal winter job would be:
- somewhere south of Miami
- working on a bathing suit shoot for SI
- all expenses paid
- rooming with Kathy Ireland
- somewhere that's only had snow once or twice in past 10 years
- consulting, crewing on a sailboat, taking pictures of sunsets or selling tickets for the snorkeling tour
- steady if modest income enhanced by some sort of 'performance incentive' (free beer or internet time)
- some challenge, some excitement and a winter experience that doesn't include sliding, shoveling or filling the windshield wiper fluid
- what do you need? (I don't play guitar)
Being somewhat flexible, if it's necessary to commute between the condo in Aspen and the yacht in the Mediterranean, then I can overlook the winter part. I was a pretty darn good ski instructor in my past.
If you're interested, just send the plane. I can be ready just after labor day, or tomorrow depending on the opportunity.
I'm really looking forward to hearing from you (really, really).
PS. I know it's early. I'll repost this a little closer to bathing suit shoot season.