Sellele saidile oleme kokku korjanud kõige uuemad ja naljakamad pildid, mis internetist leida võib.
Kui teil on ettepanekuid, kuidas seda saiti veel lahedamaks ja huvitavamaks teha, siis kirjutage meile kindlasti!
Good Morning, Stacy! Thank you for this beautifully hosent post! I really relate to so much of what you have written. I am not working right now, but am looking for a part time job because we really need the extra income right now. It is hard to find a job that accomodates my needs. Afterall, no one is really looking to hire someone they need to "accomodate", they want someone who can do the job. A prospective employer very seldom wants the inconvenience of working with my "best hours of opperation" ;) on any given day. I am thankful that my husband is finally starting to understand that four hours at a job for me is more physically and mentally demanding than eight hours for someone else. Anyway, God has taught me so many things through this illness. Empathy for others is a big one. Learning that I am NOT equipped to "multitask" is another. I consider that a great blessing as I watch others burn themselves out trying to have and do it all. He has taught me patience, as I need to pace myself in everything I do. I have learned organizational skills because I now have to break normal tasks into manageable portions throughout the day, and I have gained a whole community of like-minded friends online who have been blessed with the same issues as me to work through each day. I truly thank you for your blog. It has been a blessing to me and helps me to look for the blessings in each day and to recognize and avoid the pity party that is always waiting just around the bend. ;) May God fully bless you and your readers this day! ~Colleen~
I rcekon you are quite dead on with that.
This was so helpful and easy! Do you have any atricles on rehab?
Great common sense here. Wish I'd thuoght of that.
For Mother Russia!!!! :@ :@