Here I am at the beginning of day 4 of my new job and the training we are receiving. I have gone into this new job and all of the training with my usual *Peachy Keen* attitude, and although I am finding spots here and there where I do get frustrated and confused, I am **getting it** put together little by little, bit by bit.
It amazes me at the great variation of people in this training class with me. Many who are so much younger than I and two whom are fairly older than myself. Yet across the board we are each having difficulties in our own area's. My heart does go out to two of these ladies. One young lady who is much, much younger, she is very shy, quiet, and extremely soft spoken. She is a lovely young lady, who does seem so very unsure of herself, yet with encouragement I know that she can do this.....I mean really, if **I** can do this very in depth and difficult computer training, than I just know that she will succeed beautifully....when she finds her confidence. As a mother, she is one of those younger girls whom you want to just hug and reassure her, just as you would your own daughter, do you know what I mean? I just don't go around hugging folks, but she just tugs at my *motherly heart*. She has shared a few things with me, that have also caused me to understand a little of why she is so unsure of herself. Yet I am going to try and keep encouraging her all I can, and share with her about the mistakes that I make in hopes that she will see *well, if she can do it, maybe I can too**.
The other lady is one who is older than I. She is a lovely lady as well. She is the confident sort ordinarily, yet not so much right now. I have seen her upset about some of the training, and this bothers me, I do so want her to succeed. She is also struggling with some of this new information, just as we all are. Yet the frustration I saw in her face yesterday afternoon, as we were all on break, also worries me for her. We spoke about it briefly, and she was horribly unsure if she could do this. Yet her need to succeed is great. She is the sole support for her hubby and herself, seeing as he is now disabled and they are both getting on in years. As she said herself, "jobs are just to hard to find these days, and I just have to make this work, I have to make some money for me and my husband, because with out it.......well you can understand". Boy.....does my heart go out to her, just when you might think your financial situation is....well....difficult, then Our Precious Lord will allow you to come across someone else's path and it is then when you see your *problems* are not as great as others you might meet or all ready know*.
So, these two ladies, have been on my heart and mind, and I will pray for them and help in anyway I can, but this also causes me to put things in greater perspective. We are all going to have difficulties with things, especially when new learning experiences come our way, yet, * not giving up* should be and will be part of that lesson we were learning. It's kind of like that saying that I have heard many many Christians use over and over again......*If God brings you To It, then God will bring you Through It."! I think that if God will show me the right timing, then maybe I can use this to encourage them with this, and then hopefully share some thing of God with them.
Well it's that time again, the time when I need to go and make myself ready for another long day. My hubby is being such a wonderful help, cook, lunch packing expert, kitchen cleaning assistant, laundry help, encourager, and one who is understanding when I fall asleep in the living room, becuse of being so very tired, and in so very much more pain this week than expected. I am a very blessed woman. I have gone back to work to help him/us, and he is helping me more than I ever imagined he would. He has truly taken over helping and doing so many things for me. I LUV THIS MAN OF MINE!!!!
Love & Prayers,
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