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Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Happy Social Work Month- March 2011



March is Social Work Month. The National Association of Social Workers, Missouri chapter is posting a story daily. My 50-word story is being featured today.


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27 comments:

Cloudia said...

bless you all!


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David Marciniak said...

Happy Social Work Month! Thank you for all your profession does for so many. God bless from this nurse who relies on the social workers in our ER every single day!

Rita said...

Well, it wasn't me either! LOL! I love all your stories! You guys do such a wonderful work. They were so good to my mom.

Libby said...

hahaha! doris, that was funny!! happy social workers' month...you're all recognized far too little!

Karin said...

We love our social worker! Blessings on the work you do! Loved your story!

Donna Hole said...

Cute story.

I tend to over-write . .

Glad you reminded me about social worker month. I should send some donuts up to our APS/CPS workers on pay day.

I hope someone is doing something special for you.

...........dhole

Flame of the Forest said...

Social workers change the futures...you are absolutely right...May God bless them all...

Claus said...

bless you and all the dedicated social workers for the amazing job you do. Not sure if March is Social Work month here in Guatemala? Or if it exists at all! then again, things are very different around this side of the planet.
Keep up the good job Doris! and felicitaciones for your story being featured!
abrazos!

deodate said...

Thank you Doris for all you do for others. Very cute story - Happy Social Worker's Month!
Andie

HyperCRYPTICal said...

Excellent - I love it!

Anna :o]

Keats The Sunshine Girl said...

Happy Social Worker's Month! Your support and dedication deserves recognition.

Munir said...

Happy Social Worker's month. I wanted to teach but did not go to college here. My degree fron India gets me only 60 credits and college here is expensive. My friends tell me that I do have a caring heart and if I blog I can help people without realizing. Now writing is cathartic for me.

Amrita said...

Hapy Social Worker 's Month Doris. You are doing a great job and are such an encouragement to caregivers.

K. Tree said...

That is hilarious and awesome!

Happy Social Work Month to you!

Mariette said...

Liebe Doris,

Happy Social Worker Month to you!

Do you know how to change your blog in order to have the thumbnail shown again? I did do this and it worked right away.

Here we go!

To have the first picture of your blogpost showing as a thumbnail on other blogrolls, you go back into Edit post and click the HTML button, Scroll down until you find the HTML code for the first picture in your post. Within that code you will find, once or twice this:

- https://...googleusercontent.com.

You need to make a couple of modifications, this is what you want -

http://...ggpht.com....

To RECAP https becomes http:/ / and googleusercontent.com becomes ggpht.com

Love,

Mariette

Deb Shucka said...

What a great story! So much expressed in so few words.

John McElveen said...

You are so needed and valued! Thanks for all you do, sacrifice and give to all your Clients!

John

lbdiamond said...

Awesome!

DUTA said...

Social Workers are on strike here in Israel these days. They demand decent wages and working conditions.

Although their value to society is acknowledged by all, still there are a few voices complaining that there are more social workers than workers in general. This is not meant against social workers but meant to imply that there's something wrong about the structure of our society.

Anyway, Happy Social Workers'Month and
Congrats on your story being featured!

Jessica Tate said...

I had no idea it was Social Work month! Great to know! Good luck with your 50 word story!!

Munir said...

Thanks for reading my blog. Thank you for being a Social Worker. This world can use people who care for people. Like DUTA says there must be somthing wrong with our society but as long as we acknowledge that and then take care of problems ( again thanks to Social Workers) we have HOPE.

Terri Tiffany said...

So happy for you --I'll go check it out!

Jules said...

LOL, I SO know that story. I hear it everyday from my grandmother. But I can always tell her I ordered it. :)

BTW, for some reason, again your blog has been put on my do not update list. Apparently Blogger does this at random and I have no control over it, so I apologize for being late.
Jules @ Trying To Get Over The Rainbow

Toyin O. said...

Happy Social workers month, may God continue to bless you as you help others!

Ann Best said...

I just read your 50 word story out loud to my daughter. And we both laughed! Ah, the need for a sense of humor.

What a great service it is to help those who need help. I tell myself this every day when I get impatient with Jen--and she gets impatient with me LOL!!

Hope you're having a good week.

As ever, your friend....

dr.antony said...

I was wondering how you could make a story in fifty words! But you made a marvelous one.have you thought about making a compilation?

toemail said...

Didn't know March was Social Work Month, but it's definitely a much needed one. Thanks for all you do.