Decisions…excerpts from Chapter 17 Immediately after the departure from my profession in November of 2013, there was a flurry of E-mails and phone calls in reaction; now the phone was quiet and I dropped from the line of vision. Chance meetings at the grocery store or bank seemed too infrequent – my peers were on a completely different timeline now and there was nothing in common to discuss.I’d recalibrated my focus, and was now working the front line.

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original site A former colleague challenged me; she was frustrated and couldn’t comprehend my decision to close my business. “You’ve given up everything you worked so hard for! It’s ridiculous.” Her words smashed me like a hurled brick. Nearly speechless, I could hardly respond. “Everyone is different”, I said, “What works for me may not work for someone else. Staying at home with Tony works for me.” I whittled away at the boxes of various and assorted possessions, some now redundant and others set aside for reconsideration in the future. Once I committed to the road I was travelling, and that my time at home was a Temporary Assignment only, the simmering feelings of resentment that had begun to feel thorny were replaced with zeal. I had the physical and mental strengths to meet the challenges—it was the surprising emotional ups and downs which added a new twist altogether.

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