The interesting part of her post was the career thing. I think back to my very early twenties sometimes. I was living in a little house outside of a small town called Aldergrove BC. I didn't have a job, I stayed home and cooked on a wood stove, went for walks with the dog, knit, sewed or whatever I wanted to do every day. I was in the country, living a simple life which was what I wanted, so I remember feeling very content. I had no particular ambition - I was a free spirit.
don't know where this is, but it's very like Ontario countryside that I love
One day my partner
this is the view outside my office building
I sometimes wonder about the direction my life would have taken if I had not changed to the career mode and I had stayed in BC. Would I have been an artist? or an organic farmer? both have been deep desires of mine, pushed aside because I hear a
I'm near retirement now, but sometimes I still just want to get rid of the stuff, quit my job, take the animals and go live on a farm!