I think though there are lots of projects at work I've accomplished and am still striving for, I get my greatest joy from my marriage, and I have to take some credit for that being as successful as it has been.
Also, bunnies, this is my last Friday question for a couple of weeks as I'll be on the road on vacation with said husband. Next Friday question from me will be on August 1.
Sobriety. Without a doubt the most difficult yet the most rewarding thing I've ever done. Getting sober gave me a life, at the age of 39. I haven't stopped since. I'm not good at sustaining relationships, so I'd be pretty happy if I could master that tiny task ...
This. I mean, yeah, keeping a great relationship with my daughter through my divorce from her mom, getting a PhD, and some other things are right up near the top of the list, but as far as things I've done that no one else has, it's that.
Teaching English for twelve years and counting at a south Bronx high school. Managing to become a self-sustaining adult from age thirty-five on when it wasn't looking good for awhile. I hope to write a dozen books (it's only delusional until it happens).
My greatest success is having survived this far, but the thing I'm most grateful about is having the world's easiest relationship with my hubby. It was never difficult and we had utmost respect and joy in each other.
Not sure. I think that tonight I feel that it is creating my own career out of bits and pieces and seeing it through to a great retirement. I would go on about this but I do not see a [MI] button down there tonight. . .