18 thoughts on “Day 2316: National Professional Social Work Month

  1. Cheers to all of your good work that serves us so well, Ann. I am going to celebrate by being a good citizen, hopefully for the betterment of the folks who staff our organizations and we who they serve.

  2. Is this a US phenomenon?

  3. Maureen

    What a wonderful celebration, Ann! Thank you so much for sharing. I am sorry that you work all day for not much pay, but I am grateful that you do. Who were the musicians singing “I’m real,real gone?” Brought tears to my eyes but made me feel wonderful. Have a real, real good weekend, Ann.

    • The fiddle player is my new co-worker and friend, Alice Malone, and the guitarist/singer is a kind and experienced social worker, Frank McCaffrey, who works with cancer patients. They brought tears to my eyes and made me feel wonderful, also. Thanks for yet another real, real good comment, Maureen.

  4. My computer kept freezing as I tried to watch your videos, but I was prepared to wait. I enjoyed your catastrophizing and chorus and bringing up a volunteer from the audience. It looks like even the server in the background had a fun time helping celebrate all of you professional social workers.

  5. Just dropped by to say Hi

  6. Big claps for you and all other social workers (including my daughter) for doing such important work for very little compensation. Thank you! Love the stress reducer list and the Helen Keller quote.

  7. I love the way you use music and performing as a way to alleviate some of the stress that undoubtedly accompanies your profession, Ann. My hats off to all social workers with appreciation for the work you do! 🙂

  8. Happy National Professional Social Work Month, my dear friend. You’re the best! (๑ˇεˇ๑)•*¨*•.¸¸♪♡♡♡♡♡

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