Now, thinking about this, I am not sure that's the best approach. The healer trinity was my Holy-Moly Batman That's a Priest Healer, a Disc priest, and Druid. I worked so hard to keep everyone alive that I ran out of mana, the druid healer died first, and the sight of greyed-out healing spells when mana is eee-OUT is so disheartening. And, like I said--did ask the question. I am fairly certain this group traditionally has not had to look for healers, and that I and the druid were new to the mix. They have a holy paladin who is amazing, and the disc priest is superb. But they were stuck with me and my dumb questions.
Which leads me to this: I have often thought of what would comprise my perfect '10' man. I would not be raid leader. I do that enough in real life. But it would be someone who is funny. In fact, a sense of humor would be first and foremost for any ten-man group. Oh, and good listening skills, such as when the floor is opened to questions, leaders actually acknowledge them and answer them. A blanket "heal everyone" didn't work, did it? "The chairman acknowledges the Draenei priest from Exodar..." (Gavel bang, clear throat, and speak.)
I was also thinking this: no wonder guilds are having a hard time recruiting. There are two possible reasons for this: one, people may not have the time it takes, and two, guilds are run by people (this is a generalization....caution! Stereotypes ahead!) who may not be all that friendly or social in the first place. What?! An epiphany that thousands of others have already had!? Gasp!
So, again, will jump into LFR, keep working on those Valor Points, and stay my enchanting, shiny, funny self.