To The Mom of a Child with Cancer

You are enough. I see you. I see you every single day with that look on your face. You still have the smile, the smile that tells me behind it has a whole lot more to say. I want you to know: You are enough. I saw your face the day you heard the words … Continue reading To The Mom of a Child with Cancer

Finding Your Passion During Quarantine

Have you ever felt like you had a longing or a creative mind for something, but you could never find the time for it? You've always put your needs last and let's face it... you're probably committed to your job or your family first, right? It's not right or wrong... it's just what you've always … Continue reading Finding Your Passion During Quarantine

A Nurses Perspective on Chest Pain and Heart Break

Chest pain. Chest burning. Chest heaviness. Feels like I'm coming out of my skin. Does my arm hurt? Is my jaw hurting? Am I having a heart attack? Chest pain. Easter Sunday. Although it didn't feel like a holiday to me. I woke up with awful chest burning. I didn't have time to figure it … Continue reading A Nurses Perspective on Chest Pain and Heart Break

A Nurses Plea To Stay Home During The COVID-19 Outbreak

Are we allowed to say it? Does it make us look weak? Ungrateful? Judgmental? Overreacting? I am nervous. If you're a nurse (or CNA), you were probably "called to" nursing. You didn't choose the job, the job chose you. You have a strong passion and desire to take care of the most vulnerable population and … Continue reading A Nurses Plea To Stay Home During The COVID-19 Outbreak

“The Only People” Are Someone’s Only Person

I'm going to be a little honest here when I tell you that I am OVER hearing that COVID-19 is "just the flu" and the "only people who will die are the elderly and the immunosuppressed." Excuse me, what? The "only people that will die..." How do you say that and be morally okay with … Continue reading “The Only People” Are Someone’s Only Person