Jane recently completed her Bachelor’s degree in Social Work. She is a mother of a young boy, and she was hoping to find a job. It was difficult for her since she wanted to be a teacher and she really enjoyed children’s programming. Jane spoke with a few people who had been in the same situation as she was in. She also got a couple of suggestions on how to find a good book, which would help her tremendously with her education. Below are the things that she shared with me.
I thought that her advice on how to find a good book was wonderful, but I wasn’t sure if I agree with her. I was interested to know how she was able to locate so many things to read. How was she able to do this without having piles of books all over her house? Did she have a big stack of them or not? I also wondered why she didn’t donate any of her books to any charity, how she could put so much time and effort into finding a book for herself, but didn’t want to give it away to anyone else.
Jane shared with me that one of the main reasons that she loved her petpet was because she had so many puppets. When she found out that she was going to get a pet, she was excited but nervous at the same time because she didn’t know what kind of pet to get. She looked all over the Internet, and even talked to friends about the idea, but she couldn’t figure out how to make this idea work financially for her. She was worried that she wouldn’t be able to afford a pet, or that her employer wouldn’t approve of her owning a pet. She didn’t want to put gas into her car again for her new pet, or take her vacation if the company wouldn’t allow her to take her pet with her. But once she decided that she wanted a pet, the question of how to find a good book finds turned out to be a lot easier.