Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Just Another Day in the Desert

100_3792_thumb[3]  As the sun rises on this crisp February morning, I thank The Lord, God, for all of my blessings.  I am grateful to be able to shelter my daughter-in-law and grandson during this year of deployment.  My heart and home are filled with JoY. 

Under this very same sky somewhere in the Middle East, my son keeps watch.

Today I begin my new job at an elementary school in a special needs class as a “Paraprofessional Technician”.

Working on another special order.

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Life is full.  God is good, all the time.

hAPPY SMILES

 

9 comments:

Ariadone said...

How exciting though. As a teacher I'd like to know what is a para...technician ? Elementary school, what age is that ?
Good luck and fun with all of it, Deborah.
Lieve groeten
Godeliva van Ariadone

Diana Evans said...

oh how wonderful Sweet Deborah!!!! the job will be wonderful and the school will be so lucky to have such an amazing person working for them!!!!

Hugs
Diana

Ces said...

This is so great sentiment. never forget. Hey, how come I don't get your feeds? Oh never mind. I did not go through my feeder. How is your work?

Bella Sinclair said...

It is comforting to know we share the same sky as the people we love.

Oh, Deborah! YAY for the job! I hope you are in love with your new position. I know the little kiddies will all love you!

yoborobo said...

Oh, those kids are going to adore you! What a great new job!! Are you excited? I would be. :) Congrats to you, my friend! xox Pam

Lost Aussie said...

Congrats on the new job, I am sure you will have a blast.

Cori G. said...

And I count you as one of my most beloved blessings in life!!! My prayers are with all of you ;-).

Sympathy for The Devil said...

Deborah, how are you today?
congrats on your new job, heyyy i remember the army bag, you showed me once! ;))

xox

She Writes said...

I woked as a para and LOVED it. Isn't it crazy how the sky is so big and the world so small, when you know your son is somewhere beneath that same sky you see?