For the past ten years, I have been a volunteer at the local county jail. This journey started when I said “yes” to a student from Monmouth University School of Social Work who asked me to be her internship supervisor. We entered the women unit at the jail and began to listen to the women. It became obvious that there was no programming to address the needs of the women. So that first “yes” became as in the writings of Michael Quoist the first of many times that I would answer “yes” to the call of a vocation.