How do you know that your Job is…well something more than a Job?

As the Governor noted in her January message, it is Vocational Service Month.  Over the years, I have struggled with the Vocational part of Rotary.  Several of the clubs I have been with required a 5-minute classification talk.  I have always avoided these talks until I joined Southside Corpus Christi Rotary Club.  
At Southside, instead of avoiding the “talk”, I have embraced the opportunities to “show and share” my profession.  This has included hosting a visit to my place of business for the whole club, and more recently, I have reversed this “show and share” and have started bringing Pharmacy Students to my weekly meeting or service projects.  These students enjoy the opportunity to see, share and even participate in the Rotary experience.  (I know this because the evaluations from these students frequently comment on this unique experience.)  Additionally, at least two of these individuals have joined the Rotary family after their graduation. 
Can you relate to this story? 
Life is good!
Yours in Rotary,
Joe (First Dude)