happy transformation well described.
This reminds me of a certified nursing assistant I met recently. She had already had a bachelor's and master's degree in marketting, but she quit her well paying job to go back to school to become a nurse. First step was CNA, where she was making 1/10 th money she had made in marketting, but she said she was SOOOO much happier! Nice poem, Judy. Point well made.
I can understand this, Mary. We have to be happy with what we do in life. I think our happiness will show in our work. I know of few in my life that actually take that scary step to do what they want when they are making good money in a job that is not fulfilling.
Go for it...Be happy... :)
Wonderful description of this mid-life transformation for Jeni. I hope she can follow that dream all the way.
I believe in the commonly-heard yoga mantra "Follow your Bliss."
It can be a wonderful thing to know firmly what you want to do in life.A great story of a nail tech.
I can see Jeni loving giving her gifts to people in need a stress lowering, vs being one of those in need...
Reminds me of my present life, Judy. English teachers don't make loads of money in Mexico, but I couldn't happier to be away from the hectic life. Nicely stated piece.Pamela
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