||I am married, and I have five grown children. I worked for the federal government 11 years. Then I attended a catholic university for elementary education. At the time of my graduation, the university had a standing ovation for me because I was the oldest graduating at the age of 50. My degree was confirmed on January 5, 2000. During that time, I taught catholic school for 25 years, and since 2002, I taught public school for the School District of Philadelphia as a substitute teacher for grades K to 12. During that time, my husband and I home schooled our daughter for 12 years. Her high school average was a "97." She then went to school and obtained a certificate for medical assistant and an EMT certificate. After she completed the two schools, she was hired at two major catholic hospital that is, Nazareth Hospital as a medical assistant in the ER room and at Holy Redeemer Hospital as a medical assistant for the women's center. She did not want to attend college because she knows that I have a student loan of $9,000.00. I was never able to repay my loan. Presently, I am on Social Security Disability, and teaching two times a week. Sometimes, I teach three times a week. It depends on my medical condition. My disability is degenerated discs disease in my lower back, arthritis in my neck, hand, and feet. Plus I have irritable bowel syndrome. I really do not know how I am going to pay back my $9,000 student loan. My husband is also on SSD as well. It seems that I can't win for losing. However. when I watch your show, I forget my issues because you make me smile and laugh. God love you for your talents.