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DD: I am sorry. What is the sense of having people work with you (for you) if you can't share information. I know about the HIPAA regulations if that's what you're referring to but I'll tell you this and I am not talking about you, if the employer is unhappy with an employee, HIPAA or not, that employee is out and someone else's ass will be at that desk, station or whateve. I'd rather have my "most valuable" employee be in a position to have an assistant who is familiar with compliance rather than a burnt out one...not saying you; just saying.

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Thanks for your suggestions. I felt your support that helped a bunch.

The big challenge is from Federal Law which says that I must do everything immediately and I can not delegate for privacy purposes.

At least I was able to overcome some technical glitches. Yesterday, nothing was working. Two printers went down, 1 computer, and 3 different websites were down. I even overslept and missed my coffee because I left my headphones plugged into my phone. Then I left my keys in a restaurant and had to walk a mile to retrieve them. Exercise is a stress reliever, right?

Today was a great day! I only had my normal allotment of glitches and enjoyed a cup of joe.

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nice pic shelly mmmmmmmmm

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Shell, after my mom's near death the other year she was in a nursing home/rehab sort of place. They let us bring her home for Thanksgiving. She made me bring HER binder of favorite dishes so she could pick out what I made. Than she sat in the family room "cooking" from the recliner.

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Indeed she is feisty....and my kid (and the grand too) are so much like her. Alright, I'll confess all 4 of us girls are on the feisty side but alot of fun. ;)

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shell, she wanted to do it herself. that thing we all do--blessings to her!

PG, it's hard sometimes to not jump right back in - and do it yourself. the training and the learning to let go a bit is realllly hard--but it's an investment that should pay off handsomely for you.

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LOL Shell! She's a feisty one

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I have been busy at the local farmer's market the past week procuring lots of veggies to freeze/can for the year. I know very well the process and what to do as I grew up helping my Gran and Mom and continued it on my own, completely unsupervised by either of them after I had my own family.

This week my octogenarian Mom completely took over and booted me from the kitchen....of my own house.

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your right Perfect and at times it is hard for me to teach instead of just doing it. And I'm freaking picky about how stuff is done, these are my fur babies I'm trusting her with! She is very willing to learn, but very inexperienced.

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njny: You hit it perfectly. I always strive for excellence in everything I do. And I've written this other places in the forums; just can't remember where. When I could no longer give that level of excellence, I knew it was time for me to leave. I've long since determined that no one person is invaluable, although employers may make you think that. My motto was "you're only as good as the last thing you did right." In Don't Sweat The Small Stuff, there is a saying "your inbox will not be empty" or something like that. The employers will deal with inconvenience if they want your ass out of there. I had a friend learn that the hard way.

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