Act of kindness - page 2

Thought it might be nice to share some nice-----kind things that happen at work. My husband bought me a beautiful diamond braclet for Christmas. I have been robbed in the past and was determined to keep by braclet on at all... Read More

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    These are really touching stories, but I gotta say, and forgive me, this is just my twisted sense of humor (no offense intended) but "itsjustmezoe": what the heck are you doing busting your hump as a nurse when your husband can afford a 7 carat diamond ring!!!:roll Sorry, just my gut reaction.

    And BTW, as sjoe mentioned, does he have a brother! LOL!

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    I think a person who has "enough" and still gives to others by working at a job, even though they don't need it, is an exceptional person. If I won a million dollars, I would still work. By this time it is a part of me that needs to continue to exist!
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    I will try to find you a picture of the ring that is hanging somewhere in either the trash or the drain pipes of our hospital.

    It was my wifes diamond solitaire engagament solitaire ring, oval...

    9 1/2 CTW in a platinium setting.

    That was three years ago, and I've replaced it three fold, but I still haven't stopped hearing about it.

    A suggestion? For those going into OR....
    Untie your scrubs, and thread your rings, keys or watches through the belt ties. Then, tie them back up.

    All our surgeons do this, and it works great!

    David Adams, ARNP
    -ACNP, FNP

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