I'm sad because I just quitted my job at the Humane Society today.... I worked there for one and half years. I've learned most veterinary knowledge from there, and I've met so many great people. Most important of all, I had a chance to help animals who are in needs everyday. I understand that vets don't make that much compare to dentists, optometrists, or other medical professionals. (And quite honestly, it had bothered me for a while) But what's more important than that sense of fulfillment? What is more important than feeling genuinely happy and living my life to the fullest????
I was watching Kandee's video last night.... I'm truly touched by her courage and optimism. For that alone, she's soooo beautiful. I would love to make a video about my story, but it's far less interesting and challenging than hers. So I'll keep it to myself for now. But, I would like to send out a similar message.
Don't let anyone tell you "you can't".
Never doubt yourself.
Lead your own path and have no regret in life.
The director of the Humane Society and the vet were so nice that they threw a little surprise party at the end of the day. They bought a cake that says "Will Miss You, Jessie". And they also gave me a copy of Plumb's Veterinary Drug Handbook (The Bible in veterinary world). I didn't know what to say except "THANK YOU!!!" Without them, I wouldn't be where I am today.
And lastly, I'll leave you a photo of Diamond looking through our screen door--another reason why I should be thankful of the Humane Society. =)