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I draw the shortest straw among the three night nurses on my unit. Despite that I have less than six-months on the job, I’m the one floating to another floor (going to a different unit that you aren’t usually assigned … Continue reading →
I saw a Twitter post a few weeks ago about “Selfies” being taken at funerals and I have to admit I panicked thinking that people were somehow including the deceased in the picture. Thank goodness I was wrong – the … Continue reading →
Chris’ friends plow my long driveway after his death, fix the garbage disposal and replace the leaky faucet. Baskets of ready-to-eat foods and snacks for both adults and kids brought to my home by a co-worker. Platters of lunch meats, … Continue reading →
Golden apple pie with sauce oozing through the lattice-topped crust; the cinnamon sugar topping of pistachio nut bread crunching between my teeth; say the words Grandma Helen’s, and I become Pavlov’s dog as I recall her ritual of showing her … Continue reading →