I think some of you took my question in the wrong light, I am well aware of what comes with the territory. I did my clinical hours in a hospital where the R.Ns spent a great deal of time messing with lunch trays, I know that is part of it, but not like this they must have been understaffed. I was just saying that I would prefer to be in a setting where the kitchen helped out more with this (like the other hospital I have worked at) I don't recall saying anything about not wanting to get a try for a starving family member who has not eaten a parcel of food in days, give me a break and don't be so quick to assume and attack "you may be best suited as an office nurse" Do you like code browns????? I didn't say I was trying to get out of them completely, but I would be willing to guess all of you ER adrenalin junkies wouldn't trade for an area where it is an every 15 min event. ??? I just wanted to know if it occurred less often, I am more than ready to help a person out in their time of need, they don't like it as much as we don't and its nice to help, I just would like to in an area where this is a part of the job but not the "main duty" sorry I must be human. Thanks to all of those who understood what I was saying and responded to my question and did not make snap judgments about me.