In honor of Nurse’s Appreciation Week, I’m sharing an old post, one that warms my heart.
While getting ready to take my boys to baseball practice, I loaded the four kids in the car and then quickly ran back into the house to feed the dog and grab my purse. Gone less than a minute, I came back out to the car to find this.
She had gotten into a container of sugar and was making designs in the pile of shiny white granules while licking her fingers. She then looked at me and politely asked if she could throw the dog out the window. What had just happened, I wasn’t sure!
While taking it all in, another child was sobbing because he couldn’t find his baseball mitt and little guy was in the back screaming “melmo, melmo” repeatedly, begging to watch Elmo on the movie player. My little red-head then let out an ear pinching squeal. I looked back just in time to…
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Thanks, my wife is a nurse and I am glad to repost this for her comfort.
Michael- Please give my respect and thanks to your wife. What an honorable job she does. It really takes a special kind of person to be a nurse. Thanks so much for sharing.