This week's letter is from Carol in Athens, NY. Carol writes:
Dear Dr Wang,
I am hoping that your readers don't laugh at my letter or think I'm foolish for writing this, but here goes. I live a very typical life of a housewife. I have two children, a boy and a girl. My husband "Sal" is an insurance salesman who makes a good living so I don't need to work. I spend my days looking after the children, keeping house and baking. I often makes pies or cakes for the school or church bake sale, or for neighbors now and then. I've received so much overwhelming positive feedback about my baking skills that I am beginning to think I could start a side business, baking at home for profit. I'm interested in your perspective on this before I even approach my husband with the idea. What do you see in my future?
Thanks, Carol, Athens, NY.