wardrobe she thought was important for her public image, so she suddenly found herself poor and depressed.
Then one day her phone rang, and a local radio station offered her a temporary job as a traffic reporter.
Desperate for work, she took the job. She showed up at the heliport at six o'clock the following Monday morning without even knowing how to operate the radio equipment or which
direction the freeways moved.
That morning, she gave one of the craziest traffic reports ever heard in Dallas, but the people loved it. Soon, Humphries found herself making more money by working two hours a day on radio than she had working all day on TV.
Shortly thereafter she met and married her husband and soon gave birth to a son. She recently reflected, "I look back now and realize that if I hadn't been fired I'd still be sitting
there on TV, missing the greatest gifts of my life...
You get knocked down, you come back up, better and stronger than ever, with gifts you never imagined."
What others see on the outside is never as important as who you are on the inside.