06 August 2013
I am looking to finish around January 2014 to complete the internship and take my boards to become licensed as a Nursing Facility Administrator in the good ole state of Texas. In the meantime, I myself will start a MBA program in Healthcare --at the same time.
A TREMENDOUS blessing means that two younger ones will still attend Leon Valley Christian Academy and my two older boys will attend our homeschool Ironside Christian Academy.
Yes, you can call me crazy. It's okay, I understand.
But what you don't understand is that I love people, in general I mean. If you knew my background, you'd know that I was raised by my elderly grandparents. She died of Alzheimer's in 2010, and my grandfather is now in a SNF (Skilled Nursing Facility) *nursing home, diagnosed with Parkinson's.
I have always been interested in the medical field, especially in gerontology.
I am there and I love seeing the people, the work is truly amazing!! Recently, I started Hospice training (to be a volunteer) and I have got to tell you --- there is a need, a great need, is this vast diverse entity of care know as Long Term Care.
Today, during the training the doors were open and we saw the children (from the day care center at Freedom House). Children of the employees and clients/residents from Freedom House enjoy each other's company daily...we literally stopped our training to view them as they passed by.
Watching a child go outside holding an elderly woman's hand, seeing that repeated over several times, the multi-generational group interacting with one another...
I felt tears roll down my eyes. Children to Mature Adults just need LOVE. The love that only Christ can fill. We both love our children and want to do what is right for their relationship with the Lord as well as their education in life.
And now abideth faith, hope, charity, these three; but the greatest of these is charity. ~ 1 Cor. 13:13
And whatsoever ye do, do it heartily, as to the Lord, and not unto men; Colossians 3:23