I would love to return to healthcare, it's my passion to help people. However, it's unrelenting to the mistakes I've made; as it should be. No, not drug related and not job related mistakes. Still, legal issues. After 9 years, my career as a nurse is still paying for them. That's OK. My relationship with my family is stronger than ever so it was worth it. I'm currently seeking employment in-food service, dishwashing, and laundry attendant. When it's right, my privilege to work in healthcare will present itself. Thanks to my followers and all comments received. #jobsearch #wordsofadvice #advice #healthcare #motivation #humility #unemployment
My children have never once doubted that they would be free to choose the life they wish to lead. To speak their minds. To pursue life, liberty, and happiness. This freedom was hard-fought and extracted a high price.
I am in awe of those who volunteered to answer the call to arms. I am appreciative of all who fought and humbled by those that made the ultimate sacrifice. I am profoundly saddened that the loss and sacrifice continue to be carried every day by their loved ones.
Thank you seems so insufficient, and yet those are the words that rise up. Thank you. Thank you for my freedom and my children's carefree expectation that this has always been so and will always be. And lets all of us strive to do what we can to support their families in every way we can. Our veterans and their families don't just deserve this, they have earned it. And no-one more so than the loved ones who mourn the sacrifices of our fallen heroes every day. Lets not just commit to memorial day, but memorial year.
God bless you all. God bless America. and thank you. #veterans, #memorialDay #gratitude #humility