Moura says this figure has researched a new career of weaving, produced her first shipment of rugs, and all portents set for success, waves it on.
I'm reminded by this cards of newspaper help wanted pages 20-30 years ago. When we lived in Portland there were 10-12 pages full every day, and when I was job hunting I read every one of them. Unlike this woman, I'd take the job then prepare. Is it any wonder they were mostly untenable for the long term? On the other hand I did not know toads carrying wands were good luck.
"Mole: You know, I really am worried about Toad.
Rat: Oh, don't you worry. It's just another one of his passions. He'll grow out of it." ~ Kenneth Grahame 1859-1932 The Wind in the Willows
Edited to add: Carolyn and I have been busy planting good vibrations for her search for something better suited to her massive capabilities.
Edited to add one more for Carolyn from Ellen
and one from Bev, who said "May you find a job that puts food on the table and a joyful peace in your heart! "