the kindness of nurses


Today in Penetang the snow fell for most of the afternoon. I was at dialysis, and around 4 pm about thirty minutes before I was done two of the nurses coated and booted up and went out and brushed off the cars of the four nurses and the cars of two of the patients who drove themselves. One of those was me. I thanked them profusely and cancelled the lumps of coal I had ordered for them. in thirty five minutes after they brushed my car, about another two inches had accumulated. Lots of snow in Penetang and Midland, not too bad here in Victoria Harbour.

The photo below I took of the car next to mine.

front of the hospital today
front of the hospital today
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Author: William J. Gibson

62 year old - writer/photographer Canadian, survived open heart surgery, received kidney transplant, sometimes dour, sometimes amusing, over six feet in height, severely follicle challemged

One thought on “the kindness of nurses”

  1. I know you won’t mind, and I hope you don’t. but I wrote about your Journal in my blog “wwww.DevonTexas.com” . I really enjoy reading your posts and I’m sure my readers will too. BTW, I write about all things associated with dialysis. But, it’s refreshing that you write about all things around dialysis! It’s refreshing!

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