Episode 91 – You Deserve a Graduation!
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On today’s Tuesday People podcast we discuss graduations. Why do they stop after college? Why shouldn’t there be the same type of recognition for similar moments in life? Shouldn’t all meaningful passages we go through end with some sort of celebration of our successful transition? Inspired by a recent graduation at Mitch’s Have Faith Haiti Mission & Orphanage, Mitch believes we should give ourselves more credit as adults for starting something, reaching the end of that phase, and – when we do – treat ourselves to a ceremony worthy of a cap and gown!
That was a cute way of thinking about a persons journey of life. My High School graduation I never attended it because I finished HS early and moved into my Dad’s to take care of him. That was asked of me and so I did do that. My diploma was mailed to me. I have since seen some ads about getting a nursing degree online . Now I had great intentions of doing this before I was in a program but found it to be too hard taking care of my husband and not having the support to finish. I don’t regret it since we had this pandemic I feel that it was a good choice but now I see ads for seniors to get the education and do this and I wonder if they would really want someone that old to start a new career. I could possibly get it done . I would love to do something else though for sure. I do look forward to a partial retirement. As long as I am able I hope to do my hobbies of canning and sewing and volunteer and work part time but would love to do something different . I am all for that.