I do know I am good a teaching and why. I spent my adult life teaching patients about their disease, what they could do to help themselves, and what the doctor recommended. I can't count the number of times the doctor would come in the room and flood the patient with medical terms and names and other words they had no hope of understanding. The doctor would then turn and walk out of the room. The patient by that time was wide-eyed and at a loss. They would look at me and say "what did he just say?". I would then spend lots of time explaining what all those fancy words meant. I tried to put all that medical stuff in terms the patient could understand. After I had been working at my career for about 10 years I realized you don't truly understand things until you try to teach it to someone else. I am really glad that some of my ramblings have been helpful to you and others. I know I tend to give a lot more information then some would need but without body language and facial expressions I'm never sure I have explained enough for any of you to understand what I'm saying.
Thanks so very much for adding me to the church prayer list. I guess you all have noticed that I believe in the power of prayer and the concept that if God can hear my prayers, with a thousand voices He can hear more clearly. He already knows what I need and what is in my heart but my humbly asking for His help to carry the load it keeps me from trying to fix and handle this by myself. If it was just me at it I would surely screw it up .
It is Kay. Well actually it is Mary Kathryn. And I'm actually Donna Zoerah. We live in the south and it is a very southern thing to use your middle name unless you are in formal setting. (oops - teaching common southern etitquette now lol).
take GOoD care