Currently, I'm thinking about going back for a teaching license. The nice thing about this is, since I already have a degree, I'm 3/4 of the way there. I'd just need to take some education courses and do some student teaching. Stuff like that. I could probably have it done and ready to go in about 18 months or so. Debt would be a lot less than another 4-year degree. Plus, I'm looking at in-state colleges this time around, so I'll get the residency rate. That will also help.
I haven't yet narrowed it down to what, specifically, I'd like to do. I think early elementary, like pre-k, k-3. I've done some searching at local colleges and universities, and I have a couple friends who's brains I'll pick. I've requested some information. University of Vermont has a Library Media Studies program that kind of caught my eye. It would get me into education while letting me spend time with books and such. We'll see where I end up going.
I never particularly thought of going into education; it was never a passion of mine. But the more I think of it, the more it intrigues me. I have no idea how long this intrigue will last. I could follow this through and be your kid's next kindergarten teacher, or I could follow my next "passion" and end up meditating on a commune in Tibet.