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RE: nursery interview apparel

I think so too, Marge. But Kitty, if you really don't want to teach, why not
write about the things you know and love?  You could easily write a book on
any specific type of gardening just by using your research skills.  And
goodness knows, you are surrounded by "doers" in the group who could answer
any questions not covered in your research. You could perhaps make a much
fuller "The ups and downs of bulbs" with something much more comprehensive
than I've seen on the bookshelves at local book stores. You know how to
organize things too.  (No, it isn't instant money, but it would make a good
'after work" project.)  You know how to market things.  You've been doing
that for the MG groups, etc. already.  Use that talent for yourself.  Don't
sell yourself short.  (I'm short enough for both of us! LOL!)  (Books are a
method of teaching without having to face students in a class room setting.)

I'm tickled your interview went well, Kitty.  And I sincerely hope that you
find something perfect for you where your talents can flourish.  It isn't
easy, but don't let yourself dwell on the negatives of being unemployed
and/or being rejected if this job doesn't "work out."  Oh, and check with
your unemployment office again.  With Bill being Santa while he was
unemployed, he nearly lost his benefits, but once he got a statement from
the company that the job was "seasonal," he was able to pick up his benefits
where they had left off from his previous permanent job.  If gardening work
isn't "seasonal" in most places up north here, I don't know what is!


-----Original Message-----
From: owner-gardenchat@hort.net [mailto:owner-gardenchat@hort.net] On Behalf
Of Marge Talt
Sent: Thursday, February 12, 2004 2:22 AM
To: gardenchat@hort.net
Subject: Re: [CHAT] nursery interview apparel

> From: Kitty <kmrsy@comcast.net>
> Good idea Cathy.  Our Hort Ed something along those lines, too. 
But I'm not
> a teacher.

Kitty, I should think you could be an extremely good teacher!  Maybe,
if that thought interests you, you should look into it - teach some
adult night classes where experience counts more than having a
teaching cert.?  Start your own classes in your home?  Where there's
a will, there's a way:-)

Marge Talt, zone 7 Maryland
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