Good for you! I am an LPN and I absolutely love it. I have been an LPN since 1990, (although I did work in other jobs than nursing for several years). As far as I'm concerned, you made an excellent decision.
I have never wanted to be an RN, and have always been perfectly content as an LPN. Yeah, I've looked at the higher salary RNs make, but it was never worth it to me to have the headache and managerial stuff that went along with it. I've worked in hospitals (med/surg, L&D, peds, same day surgery, PACU, OR, ICU), and in physician offices (family practice, urology, cardiology). I'm trying to get into corrections nursing now, and keeping my eyes peeled for vacancies around the small TN town where I live.
Who knows? You may be content to be an LPN, as well. I almost typed "stopping your education at LPN", but I had to backspace. My education hasn't stopped since I got my LPN license. I read journals and other materials regularly, and earn many more CEUs that I have to. As a nurse, your education never truly stops, even if your licensure doesn't change. I pride myself on learning all that I can. I'm not "just" an LPN as so many say.
Good luck to you, whatever your decision! This mean ol' world needs lots of nurses....both LPNs and RNs.