Why would I want to be a hospice nurse? Death isn't always an awful experience. Really. I know some people think that it's a pretty morbid thing, but doesn't have to be. Death is really just a part of life, and it's a great feeling to be able to comfort a dying patient by just holding their hand while they're taking their last breath. And it's not just the patient, it's the family members as well. I like the thought of helping people die comfortably, peacefully, and with dignity. You know that you've made a difference.
I've always wanted to be a momma. I like to think that I'd be pretty good at it. The urge gets even stronger every time we hang out with our goddaughter and her sister (or when I see the most adorable baby gear.) We're not rushing things because we just want it to be just us for a while. I feel like we need time to ourselves to be a married couple, because they say everything changes after you have kids. We do want kids to have in about two or three years, though. My dad can't even stand it. He's already picking out baby names!
Ever since the first time I watched "Passport" with Samantha Brown I was convinced that that was the perfect job for me. Samantha gets to travel to all of these amazing places all over the world and tell about it on camera. And she even did a Disney episode! She's kinda like Anthony Bourdain without all of the cursing and sarcasm or Andrew Zimmern without all of that crazy food. Did I mention that she even did a Disney episode?Pin It