I am not a nurse, but I pretended I was smart like one at our regional young women's camp meeting last Saturday.
I got to teach a class on how to make teaching first aid FUN!
I was going to tell you all about it, but you hear from me all the time.
So, guess what? I am feeling kind of famous because my friend Michelle did a whole post about me and she makes me sound pretty amazing.
I was going to post a link to her post, except that her blog is private.
So I just stole her post and here it is.
Oh, yeah... is this O.K. Michelle? (She'll say yes. I'm just going to post it.)
what's a Gerb?
& in the middle of a field)
I would like to introduce you to one of my favorite people. Her name is Gerb!! You might ask, "What is a Gerb?" If I had to answer it, I would respond that "a Gerb" is a person who is excited about life--no matter what is going on in the world, she is looking for the excitement that brings smiles to every one's faces!!
Today, we had a our Regional Mia Shalom Meetings for young women's camp. Gerb was asked to teach first aid. Side note...Gerb is not a nurse--BUT, she was able to entertain a group of young women leaders and teach them how to teach first aid. She was hysterical when it came to the bruised, stabbed, scraped, cut fruit that she had prepared.
Sometimes, I think that when we teach youth about first aid, we are so serious. But, Gerb brought her personality with her and helped relate everyone to a fun way of learning!!! Thanks Gerb for taking on this assignment. You were simply fabulous!!! Great Job!!
(See? I sound all fun and amazing. Thanks, Michelle! I'll get you that $20 bucks later.)