Nurse People

I know I couldn’t do what you do.

Thank you,

For doing it.


I know my limits around people.

And knowing these limits should make them very grateful

I did not become a nurse.

You’re welcome.

Thank you to every hard working, compassionate, large bladdered nurse.

42 thoughts on “Nurse People

  1. My daughter is a nurse! I admire her for that – me – I wouldn’t be able to do some of the things they have to do, like give shots. LOL! I’m grateful for you for what you do and for being such a wonderful person!


  2. I enjoyed it while I was doing it, but am now enjoying not being responsible. I have nightmares about wandering around the hospital with a wee baby and nobody would take it from me. Lost in corridors and hopping on elevators. Whew! That super sized bladder came in handy!


  3. Colleen, I don’t handle blood well but have been fine with vomit and diarrhea. . . Not to be gross but just factual.
    Nurse’s are factual and get real. They do so, so much! I m always amazed that almost every one I have met were kind and comforting. No “Nurse Ratchet!” (One Flew over the Cuckoo’s Nest.)
    I could not do many things but as a babysitter teacher and activities director at a nursing home I have given the Heimlich, cleaned up both ends but blood makes me need to breathe into a paper bag! 🙂 Thank goodness for nurse’s. xo


  4. Started out as Paramedic now Nurse have done ER/Trauma, Psych, Jail, Clinic and I’m ready to throw in the towel.. I think maybe starting my own funeral business they don’t talk back lol


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