I am so ashamed that I did not finish the A to Z Challenge. I kept telling myself that I could catch up, but it never happened. I did get to ‘T’, and for that I am proud. I hope you learned a little about some illnesses of children and a little about me. This month has been a particularly busy one. I am finally at the stage of forming my nonprofit organization to name the people for my board. I am so excited. This has been my dream for such a long time. We are looking into the name to make sure there isn’t another business with that same. It is a perfect name with a concise and to-the-point tagline. The Mission Statement was the most difficult for me to do. After about two weeks, it was done. The group of people who I am bringing together are so special all with a heart to help children with their families. I would have never believed it would be happening so soon.
The other thing that has happened in the month of April is that I have communicated with some charities that are attempting to make drastic changes in our healthcare system and have reached out to me to offer some of my ideas. I am not well-versed on how to do Power Point. It took a while, but I finally figured out how to put the pictures where I wanted them and make bullet points and number the lists. They are taking some of my suggestions. I was even sent a notice that there was an opening for a state position as an advocate for people with disabilities. It was a long application, but I put it in on time. This will put me and our new nonprofit organization in an excellent place. It is an appointed seat so I don’t have to be elected. It would be for two years. Imagine I will finally be doing exactly what I have always wanted to do.
Now, I am going to return to the weekly challenges that I love to do, plus the Daily Posts. Thank you all for coming by to see my daily alphabet posts. I enjoyed seeing the ones that I visited. I am so impressed by all of you who did such a great job all month and finished. I say, ‘Good job’ to you! And I thank you for being patient with me.