Our workday lives are filled with opportunities to bless others. The power of a single glance or an encouraging smile must never be underestimate. G. Richard Widget
I am trying to hold on to this thought as I muddle through a difficult day. As a new social worker many years ago I remember talking with other social workers and planning our careers - we all wanted to work with the "worried well". Well that bus left the station and I didn't get on. The people I work with are sick, poor, scared and when God was passing out coping skills and sometimes manners they forgot to raise their hands. As the economy gets worse and there's so much talk of cutting back on programs I grow more frustrated. It's great to have all these mircle drugs but if your insurance wants you to pay a four hundred dollar co pay what good is it. So sometimes all I can do is smile and encourage my patients to hang in there. So if you have your health count our blessings. If you have health insurance you are double blessed.
On the stitching home front Sue recieved package and posted a picture on her blog. It made my day that you were pleased I'm already planning the next giveaway.
A Little Foggy
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