Somehow I managed to wind up in public relations and newsletter writing and staff training. Then I discovered, rather late in life, a love for data bases. Yeah, I know, it's weird. I also worked in the office of a real estate company and discovered a love for real estate - not selling (which would have been useful), just working in the office and learning about the transactions. I got laid off in the economy crash and never got back on my feet career-wise, so I just retired. Now I teach an ESL (English as a Second Language) class once a week, do yoga, visit with my 3 grandchildren, correspond with an Iranian doctor and take care of 4 rather elderly dogs. My husband Johnny is a retired accountant and a wonderful handy man and car mechanic.
Oh, goodness. I think my most vivid memory is Miss Agnes Johnson fishing for her bra strap.