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Tag Archives: Nurse
“Hope is the nurse of misery.” ~ American Proverb
“I want to thank each and every amazing nurse ……. you touch our souls when you touch our lives!” ~ DAP Happy National Nurses Week!
” Nurse: just another word to describe a person strong enough to tolerate anything and soft enough to understand anyone.“ I’ve had so MANY wonderful nurses that have touched my life in loving and positive ways. May God bless all of … Continue reading
“Nurses are the HEARTBEAT of health care.” Today is Transplant Nurses Day!! If you are an organ transplant recipient, or are on the waiting list, send your transplant nurses and coordinators some much deserved LOVE!!
“Save one life, you’re a hero. Save 100 lives, you’re a nurse.” ~ Anonymous (Thanks to the nurses that saved me 100+ times)
Today, May 11th, 2013 …. I celebrate the sixth anniversary of my extended life, by way of a heart transplant. This anniversary is always an emotional day for me. It is a day of reflection, of love, of what could … Continue reading
Going Home! Five years ago today …… Friday, May 25th 2007, was in my family’s opinion, to be the BEST DAY EVER. After thousands and thousands of prayers and exactly 28 days after I was carried out of the house by … Continue reading
Five years ago today, they had removed the breathing tube and I was conscious more and more. At one point, one of lovely nurses, one of my angel’s of mercy in the ICU first whispered this to me ….. “You are my … Continue reading
Five years ago …… today through the next 5 days ……… I know I had another heart attack while in the hospital, triple by-pass surgery. Then things got progressively worse ….. over the next 5 day period I would go through … Continue reading