Three Wishes

“Be the change that you wish to see in the world.” ― Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi
“Be the change that you wish to see in the world.”
― Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi (Image: Sandi Martinez


by Sandi Martinez

We all  have heard of ‘Genie in the Bottle’, and quite frankly, the thought of finding a bottle in the middle of nowhere, rubbing it and then poof, a genie appears, is just too sumptuous to pass up!

It’s a new year, new opportunities, new attitudes, and new possibilities abound. But do we need a genie to make it happen? Of course not! Would the genie do as we asked, and make those three wishes come true? Well, genies are magical after all…

The New Year’s resolutions are in effect, the parties are over, and the excitement of a new way of life has started. As we rev up to make it all happen and put the past aside, it becomes more apparent that we can after all make our own luck so-to-speak.

Many RMSAAM students are hard at work on their case studies. Some are new students, whom are preparing to attend the upcoming courses, and other interested individuals are in the stages of making educated decisions as to the school they will choose to start their careers as Animal Practitioners.

Support, encouragement, and most of all faith in making the final jump is paramount. The ability to make contact and get feedback during your learning experience is even more important. Getting answers as the questions continue to dribble, make the adventure in learning both reassuring, and accommodating.

One need not rub a bottle to get what one needs; answers are only a phone call away – the right school provides this, and the only bottles provided, are the ones that have life-sustaining water, and snacks that for example, RMSAAM provides!

Wherever it is you journey to, to receive your education, the services you will provide as an Animal Practitioner may well have your clients exclaiming in delight, “I found my Genie”!

RMSAAM wants to know what you consider a ‘magical’ experience in learning; we’d love to hear it!