Lord, Don't Let It Rain at Recess

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Zondervan, 1988 - Teachers - 174 pages
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A devotional for teachers, this book leads the reader through the frustrations and joys of the profession.You will enjoy the author's Bombeckian humor and be inspired by her childlike reliance upon God in every situation, whether it be with a boa constrictor or fourteen first-graders encased in mud after a Mary Poppins-style flight over mud puddles.

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Contents

Preface
11
Reading Yarns
29
The Right Environment
45
Copyright

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About the author (1988)

Patricia A. Fisher was born in Colorado in 1948. She is married to a wonderful man since 1973. After graduation from high school, she traveled to New York, did minor showbiz, and was hospitalized for the first time... It took her about 3 years to receive an Associate's Degree in Recreational Leadership. Patricia has undergone therapy since 1971, and has been hospitalized about 20 times. She feels that she had a tough time in life. Because of her parents fighting, she doesn't remember feeling nurtured and guidance was nowhere to be found. She is now strong enough to help others - maybe even those who have helped her in the past. Throughout her therapy, she received Love, Respect, and Truth. These gifts are part of what she wants to share. ITSMEEE Industries is a vehicle for this purpose. The older she gets, the happier she is. All that therapy has brought her to a place of happiness and abundance. She still has mental difficulties, but now feels connected to other human beings. She likes to travel, cook, write, talk with friends, watch TV, and is fond of camping, and just being, in "her" beloved Rocky Mountains. In 1996, she looked at some writing she did between age 15 and 45. She had written it for self help. Then she thought of putting this writing in book form to keep it in 'a nice place'. As she kept writing, she wanted to be heard by family and friends. Then she wanted to be heard by the world. Her writing has helped many people and she is grateful for this gift.

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