Sure, no problem. I'm a systems consultant for the seminary I attended. I did systems development while I lived there, but in a student employee capacity. They didn't have the ability to hire me full time permanently, so I left and moved my family back to the PNW to be near my wife's family. Just after getting here, my former supervisor and mentor figure died unexpectedly. Given that he was it for the systems people, the seminary suddenly had great need, and I was one of two people who worked with him in a capacity that would make covering duties possible. They asked me if I would come back to take the job, but we declined since family was still a thing (and we wanted our son to grow up around family). In the year since, I've steadily been helping them keep things going as a remote consultant. I was effectively "the guy" for over half a year. They finally found a new permanent hire, but they hired him based on sensed work culture compatibility and capacity to learn the job. Until he's ready to fly solo, I still help them keep moving along. And I get to work from home, whenever I can, by removing in. It's a good, even if ultimately temporary, arrangement. Extremely helpful when my wife has had a somewhat more difficult pregnancy this time around, and the property we're on has many upleep needs.I'd also be interested to hear about what you're doing for work these days, but I realize that's a personal matter so don't feel pressured to answer unless you really want to.