After basically 6 weeks in the hospital, Tommy’s finally home and healing. Continue reading
I appreciate every beautiful set of eyes that take the time to read my clumsy thoughts. I appreciate the fact that you care. Or even that you’re curious.
I told Tommy this morning that I sure wish I could take some of this from him. Continue reading
I personally thought the chemo was going to be the scariest part. They told us that Tommy Continue reading
As nurses AND as humans, our perception of another’s struggles is just so incredibly limited. We don’t know what it’s like for them. We just don’t. Continue reading
I was told in shift report that she was “pleasantly confused.” Because I know these patients always need an extra careful eye, I went to her room first as I began my day.
I had a bit of a “moment” about midway through my shift the other day. I was walking down the hall and all of the sudden I felt that tickly feeling sneaking up behind my eyes. Continue reading
These last few months have been full of accepting unwanted realities. Actually, my last few years have been weighted pretty heavily Continue reading
Meet Don Kemp. He came into my life when I was 9 years old and totally rocked my world. We blended two families, moved across country a few times, and went through life together. Continue reading
Anybody watched the news lately? Maybe driven in traffic? Honestly listened to yourself speak? We’ve become so hardened … so angry … so harsh.