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Old 07-23-2019, 10:57 AM   #161
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I have to say even though this is my calling its so nice to get paid to
do it. I have no regrets that I left behind the field of computer programming
for this. I always have loved this field. Just never could handle the
science field to get a degree in elementary education. I was in that too
at IUK for a while after leaving high school.

I spent a semester to a year helping a young fourth grader learn to read.
He had a cleft plate ? spelling. Anyway he didn't learn to talk till 4 1/2 or
5. And I was assigned to help with a class I was taking, after the class I continued. So then I was still helping, and he got assigned the biggest talking part in Paul Bunyan the play. They are assigned on a Friday got their parts, we were going to start on Monday, Me helping him learn his part. We had like 4 weeks to learn it. he came back on Monday, had learned his part memorized it over the weekend. It was amazing. The teacher, I and the reading teacher were all amazed. The teacher, had almost taken the part away. I had told her to wait, I thought I could work with him and get him to learn at least enough to get by. Well he had other plans. We were all happy. And his mother came to the play, and he had asked specifically for me to come. She told me how he memorized it. And why, that he wanted to show us all he could do it. And I told her, I had planned to help him. But he had made my job so much easier, and how proud I was to get a personal invitation from him to the play. Even though I had planned to come. She said, he had made it to bring it to me personally.

That he enjoyed the time we spent together, that he thought I was helping him a lot. And she thanked, me. Said, no one else had ever cared enough to try. It really made my day.

Donna
You are an angel Donna, this I have become to believe about you (( hugs )). Thank you for helping this little boy. He will grow up knowing that he can succeed in life given the chance. You changed his life and he will never be the same little boy who was not capable before.

I admire you, Donna.

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Old 07-23-2019, 04:01 PM   #162
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Thanks Blue

Honestly he changed my life. He was the reason I decided I wanted
to help others with this need to start. My mother decided a few years
later maybe this was why my children were the ones that were special
needs in the family.

Which was perfectly fine with me, not so sure about my husband. Heehee,
but all three of mine needed speech services at three. ANd my oldest it
wasn't normal to ask a pediatrician for a script to go to a speech evaluation at 3. So even though I got one it was considered an over protective mom.

But a few years later everyone that wanted their kids to get the same thing were asking how I got it. And I told them, they also wanted to know why
I felt the need. The fact that he thought I should understand his words at
three and I couldn't get the sentences he gave me were the problem.

But it was okay I wouldn't give up. So he got help. ANd then got more help as time went on.

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Old 07-23-2019, 04:33 PM   #163
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Thanks Blue

Honestly he changed my life. He was the reason I decided I wanted
to help others with this need to start. My mother decided a few years
later maybe this was why my children were the ones that were special
needs in the family.

Which was perfectly fine with me, not so sure about my husband. Heehee,
but all three of mine needed speech services at three. ANd my oldest it
wasn't normal to ask a pediatrician for a script to go to a speech evaluation at 3. So even though I got one it was considered an over protective mom.

But a few years later everyone that wanted their kids to get the same thing were asking how I got it. And I told them, they also wanted to know why
I felt the need. The fact that he thought I should understand his words at
three and I couldn't get the sentences he gave me were the problem.

But it was okay I wouldn't give up. So he got help. ANd then got more help as time went on.

Donna
Donna ~ Thank God for you !!! You are a true blessing for not only your children but set a fine example for others to follow too. You have changed the lives of soo many children.

Who cares if anyone thought you were over-protected. You saw and knew what to do to help your kids and you protected them like a mama bear and they have you to thank for helping them have a better chance at life *smiles*.

Just think what would happen to them and your young boy you helped if you hadn't seen the need and knew just what to do. It's soo interesting how and why this happens !!!

Have you considered starting a "Movement" called "This Need to Start" ? That is how a group of women got together called MADD "Moms Against Drunk Driving". Or have you considered giving speeches at local rallies about this? Getting this word out is vital to helping those less fortunate and the under served.

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Old 07-24-2019, 05:31 PM   #164
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I am not a good public speaker. I try to do presentations on the
law for our Group IN*SOURCE its very tongue tieing for me.

But the part I love the most is helping as many parents as I can.
So that is what I do. Its lots of fun.

Derrick did great in surgery today. He had one issue and needed
a breathing treatment after the surgery. And we are watching that
tonight. Will be watching his pain too.

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Old 07-24-2019, 06:11 PM   #165
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I am not a good public speaker. I try to do presentations on the
law for our Group IN*SOURCE its very tongue tieing for me.

But the part I love the most is helping as many parents as I can.
So that is what I do. Its lots of fun.

Derrick did great in surgery today. He had one issue and needed
a breathing treatment after the surgery. And we are watching that
tonight. Will be watching his pain too.

Donna
Oh, good news about Derrick !!!!!! Will he be in hospital over night then? Is this typically a day procedure? Does he use a CPAP machine normally?

Keep us posted.

Will you be staying overnight with him too? Usually they can prepare a cot to stay in beside the patient.

((( comfort hugs )))

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that is great Donna
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He is home here with me. Doing pretty good.

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He is home here with me. Doing pretty good.

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Donna ~ Praying that this replacement is working and every thing electrical will calm down for him.

Keep us posted.

(( hugs ))

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His vns will get turned on next week on THursday.

But he should be fine till then. We will keep an eye on him
till then.

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