Stay Humble(our time is short)

Reblogged from Just Angela. Well worth a read.

Just Angela

(I apologize if this is long winded but I felt a strong need to write this)
I am a Home Health and Hospice nurse. I have worked in the hospital for years and have seen plenty of sadness but something feels different and slightly difficult to put into words, but I’m going to give it my best shot…
I was more humbled than I have ever been in my nursing career. I was out to see patients on a breezy summer day. Nothing out of the norm. I have been doing this for awhile and find great fulfillment in my work especially in regards to the hospice side of my job.  I drove to a home that was a quaint little farm house.  I rushed out there as not to be late, pulled in the gravel drive and casually noted the average looking house with a single tractor in the big red barn that most…

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2 thoughts on “Stay Humble(our time is short)

  1. Having lost my wife to cancer in a hospice I know just how important the hospice nurses are. To be honest I don’t know how they cope, lending their strength to stranger after stranger and sharing their hurt. They are exceptional people.
    xxx Huge Hugs xxx

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