A Cup of Comfort for Nurses: Stories of Caring and by Colleen Sell

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By Colleen Sell

Medical professionals have lengthy been thought of the heroes of the clinical occupation. but it's the nurses who're there for us at beginning, demise, and each bump, bruise, or holiday in among. A Cup of convenience for Nurses brings the stories of greater than fifty of those underappreciated pros to existence, together with:

  • Bonnie, who besides one in all her fellow nurses, grew to become identified to her sufferers as "Comfort and pleasure"
  • Julie, who turned a nurse (along with 4 of her siblings) after taking care of a bodily and mentally behind schedule sister in her domestic lower than the tips of her doting mom
  • Dot, who served her kingdom in the course of global struggle II by means of taking care of injured infantrymen domestic from front
    The relocating stories of those committed nurses, besides the handfuls of others in A Cup of convenience for Nurses are bound to attract readers everywhere-and can even encourage a few of them to take in the nurses mantle themselves.
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    Joy was timid A Cup of Comfort for Nurses v 41 about expressing her opinion; I was sometimes too opinionated. Joy was born and raised in the town we lived in and her family was a farm family, whereas my background as a Newfoundlander was that of fishing and the sea. Our diverse backgrounds allowed us to teach each other and share the differences between us. We also shared similarities. Both of us were the oldest of five children; we both had long, stable marriages; we each had children, and those children were a boy and a girl.

    His face looked puzzled. ” Arnold handed Margaret the diploma. It was official: There was her name in gold embossed letters. Her eyes lit up momentarily, until she remembered the smaller envelope still in her hand. Then they darkened. She opened the other envelope without a word. It was a letter addressed to Arnold. The labels must have been inadvertently switched on the envelopes. The letter said that Arnold had done well on the exam, but he had not scored high enough on the essay portion to receive his diploma.

    Margaret taught Arnold with the help of computers and books. She also cleaned houses to earn extra income for the family. She was good at everything she did—raising and schooling Arnold, taking care of her home and husband, cleaning houses, church and community activities—but Margaret wanted something more. As Arnold had grown, a daring new desire had been growing within Margaret. “You know, Jim,” she said quietly one night, “Arnold will be leaving home soon, and I won’t be able to clean houses forever.

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