Hey everyone! So right now I'm half way through my second year as a music education major. ( seriously) I love my professors and the college I go to, but I just don't feel like this is my calling. I don't get excited over going to class or observing. It's fun, but I don't know if I could do it the rest of my life. I'm a farm girl at heart. I always have been. My friends like to bring me their sick/hurt/stray animals so I can "fix them up" lol, and everyone has always said I have a "way" with the beasts we've had over the years. We don't have vets around here (and the ones we do have cost an arm and a leg!) So I've been kind of looking into becoming a vet, or more specifically and Avian vet. My question to the wise population of BYC, who have more worldly experience than I, should I go for it or not? And if I do, what's the difference in the degree between a vet and an avian vet? I'm not unhappy being a Music Ed Major, I just wonder if I'd be happier doing something else. But then it's a "the grass always looks greener on the other side" situation, and I have put SO much time and money into my degree already. So then I'm sort of thinking, maybe I could just take some online courses, or courses at our local CC over the summer dealing with Vet sciences, Vet Tech or the likes. Then I could see from there if I LOVE it, if not, then at least I've gotten to know some things that can help my flock, so it wouldn't be wasted, and if so, then I'll change majors? Ugh! I wish someone could just tell me, "You are going to be good and and love <insert profession here> so go do it!" Haha. If only life were that easy.