Yesterday we volunteered to allow an Occupational Therapist student film our home.. and us...showing her fellow students how to do an assessment interview for an in-home visit. Bob's was for an arthritic client and mine was for a diabetic client. We don't have either one of these in real life, so we had to develop some quick acting (lying) skills. The hardest part of doing this for both of us...was trying to act our age, and not crack jokes while our daughter was filming. We came up with a lot of them in our heads...but I tried very hard to control myself, so that I would not embarrass our daughter and ourselves. I hope it went okay for her...and I hope I never have to actually watch it. I think I heard our daughter say she may attend the film debut when it comes to the theater at Wash U sometime in February. It did make us more thankful that we don't have any major health problems...yet.. and we offer up many prayers for people whose health problems present them with challenges everyday of their lives. What a blessing my daughter, who is an Occupational Therapist, and all others in the medical field.. are for trying to find ways to help these individuals live an easier life. I know people in the health field must feel depressed many days because they don't always feel like they can do enough...or help some clients enough ...for various reasons...but the efforts and kindness they show to others hopefully does make a huge difference to many. I thought when I first started typing out this post that I was going to make it a humorous post all about Bob and I feeling silly about filming this....but the words changed as I started typing into words of... gratitude.