I'm fine. Working up some training on countable and uncountable nouns. We all have to have day jobs don't we? (well except for Ed Lee!)
I have a mind boggling day job, sitting in the "hot seat" remotely reponsible for managing my family owned real estate in Pennsylvania that has 19-20 paid employees plus contracts for other services. Too, I'm personally and solely involved in a project in West Virginia that is entirely contract oriented. I'm not salaried for either, but do receive a quarterly distribution of earnings from the first as is shared in three parts, the latter as has not yet matured to be on a earning basis and is actually dormant at the moment pending construction completion, but the money presently flows out of the account like a torrent.
For some retirement from one job is not as sweet as cake. New health insurance premiums are outrageous when only initilaized when one is older and more prone to illness and accident. That's the fallacy of group health insurance provided on the job ... it terminates its benefit even if converted to an individual policy.