Image Description: Test Reading GOOD MORNING Saturday, with flowers and sunshine and bees flying about.
It’s been some while since my last lecture, which was in early December, and I’ve enjoyed the down time at home. In fact it was a bit of a shock rolling into a hotel room last night. It was a ‘oh, yeah, this is what I do!’ As January is typically a really slow time of year for lectures and training, it’s a welcome break from life on the road. Now I’ve done a few webinars, but I can do them from home, in my housecoat if I want, I don’t but I could. I’m still mistrustful of technology and am sure that I can be seen.
As Joe and I settled into the routine we began talking of the places we will go this year, the people we will meet, and what new adaptions we may need to make to our life together on the road. It was a pleasant conversation and we’re both looking forward to travelling the breadth of both Canada and the United States.
But, this is the start of a new year.
And I’m feeling blessed to be able to do this work.
I met with a professional, much younger than myself, much smarter than myself, who is mid career and we spoke about what we both do. He said that he’s got to a point that he now wants to think about his career in terms of resume but instead in terms of impact. He wants his work to have real meaning. I understand that goal entirely.
I think we all do.
And for me, meaning, right now, is going out on a Saturday morning to talk to parents about their adult children with disabilities.
How cool is that?