Well no, I actually see myself very much in Mr Banks from Mary Poppins. We experienced the similar epiphany that there is a great deal more to life than the day job (and indeed than there is to the world of banking.) I reached that powerful moment in my own life several years ago when everything fell into place and I saw with perfect clarity what actually was and was not important to me. This insight shaped the person I was to become and just as Mr Banks finally realised his wife and children were more important than his career I came to the similar conclusion that my romantic novels and my witchcraft were far more important than mine. It was a defining moment that helped me learn how to be truly happy and led to me making a great many changes in my life, all for the better.
I have a very soft spot for the man who taught us children of the seventies how to fly a kite.