I wasn’t sure what move would emerge from my body upon getting to the water. I wanted to enter into a wrestling match with her and give her a first hand feeling of that strong of an undertow, then possibly throw sand in her diet coke, for ignoring and neglecting to oversee my son in an ocean with rip currents-and safety first overtook me as I swam out for my son. He was fine but dangerously further out than I could judge from seeing him from afar. I think the fact that he didn’t try resisting the current just pushed him out faster than I’ve ever seen. Luckily we both we in a life guards view by the time I swam out for him. We both made it back safely.
What I am about to disclose to you will blow your mind. But trust and believe, I have met every kind of nurse. I think the nurses that work within peoples’ houses may quite possibly be an altogether ”breed of their own”. Oh, and a quick mention, to all of you nurses’ reading, I have ultimate respect for your career and profession. But if by chance I am on target about the ”in-home” nurses; after reading this-i would love to hear your opinions about them differentiating from the rest of you!!!!