She who learns in her moments of aging.

Posted February 8, 2012 from United States

I recently moved a few thousand miles from a city I'd lived in for several decades. The objective of the move was to break a chain of not having a history of women in my memory. Now my grandchildren will have some history of their grandmother---me. My past career was in nursing and the last adventure was running a wound care clinic. Nursing has been a good fit with/for me. Through travels I have been to Kenya several times and am involved with a group that supports an orphanage in a small town in Kenya. I am a student of the Spanish language and this has given me new friends. I love these women of the world.

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  • Katie Welch
    Feb 09, 2012
    Feb 09, 2012

    Dear louise,

    Welcome! Thank you for joining and becoming involved with the inspirational World Pulse online community. The thoughts and experiences you share are unique contributions to the diverse community of passionate women leaders and supporters from all over the world. My mother is a nurse and I would love to hear about your experiences running a clinic.

    I encourage you to explore PulseWire and learn more about the events and resources being shared by our encouraging network and to strengthen it further by continuing to make connections and contribute your valuable perspective.

    Warm wishes, Katie

  • muyelele
    Apr 04, 2012
    Apr 04, 2012