More change in life and change is not something I am good at. It bounces me all over the map - I like predictability, no surprises unless they are anticipated. No wonder I love raising dairy goats we share this in common.
Yesterday was my last day at the hospital. It has been just shy of 4 years of employment with them. I am amazed it has been that long already. Even though we have no planned moving date yet I have given allot of thought and prayer to this for many months. I became a vet. tech because of many reasons and I do love what I do. But calling strongly to me in thoughts and gentle whispers is a new journey.
What? Most certainly when the move to Palo Cedro is complete we will begin work on a certified milk room and cheese room and begin the journey of artisan goat cheese. I have made a variety of cheeses for about 20 years now for friends and family and been told I do pretty good at it. It will be a small venture with just a few specialty cheeses that will be marketed at Farmers Mkts. and perhaps a few select outlets.
What else? My dear friend Donna , her sister-in-law Nancy and I have a joint venture in mind. It is evolving as the days go on. More on that later when there is more concrete news to tell.
My co-workers and friends have asked "will you work in vet. med again?" Perhaps but not full time again. There is so much I will miss about it. But the whispers tell me there is so much ahead that I will not say "yes" but I will not say "never". Even though my career was short lived I feel I accomplished so much and was blessed to touch so many. I owe a huge debt of gratitude to those along the way who encouraged me down this path.
Me and Murray an Irish Wolfhound.