Finally got the opportunity to watch The Fault in our Stars, and here is my reaction:
may we all be blessed with a love that fills the void in our hearts,
that missing piece, that once in a life time love…
may it be magnificent, magical, and painful… but wonderfully so…
may it make you laugh, cry, give you joy and may you look back with not regret,
but thanks…thanks for such an amazing experience. ..
.the experience of being loved unconditionally, without judgement, wholeheartedly, . ..
I wish for you, what I wish for myself. ..
to experience the happiness of true love… if only for a moment, but really for a lifetime
<3 Okay <3
We have the world at our fingertips
Life is but a grasp away,
just reach and you will have,
the life that is to come your way…
He corrupted her,
made her into something she was not,
and by the time she awoken from his spell,
she didn’t even recognize herself,
she became his creation,
a creation made out of manipulation, obsession..
and what she thought was love….
I am enchanted by this cabin in the woods,
Where the fairies frolic, and dance in the sun
Where innocence lays for those who are young,
Where seclusion is welcomed with open arms,
Thoughts, and dreams a mile long …………
My secret place,
my moment of peace,
My great escape,
Here.. I am FREE!
This picture has been going around on different Social media sites, and it makes you think are we surprised that two nurses in Texas contracted the virus. I truly believe that we underestimated Ebola, and now healthcare workers have to pay the price. There is a call for preparedness, education, and most importantly PROTECTION.
As always readers stay vigilant, stay informed, and NURSE ON!
As we roll into Wednesday, we are faced with news that another healthcare worker in Texas has tested positive for Ebola. This brings to light many questions that have still been unanswered.. the biggest being how did this happen?
Viruses, bacteria, and fungus are unpredictable, you never know when they will creep up. Healthcare workers are taught many safety protocols to protect themselves, patients and the general population. Sometimes these safety protocols fail, because even thought we do everything in our power (put on gloves, mask, and Gown) to remain sterile and maintain isolation precautions …..Viruses, bacteria, and fungi are slippery little devils. Will we ever know how these healthcare workers became infected… maybe, and maybe Ebola is just a very slippery Virus. A slippery Virus that I know can be beaten. So to all my fellow Healthcare workers and human beings stay vigilant, stay informed, and NURSE ON.
Healthcare workers and Fellow human beings alike be vigilant. Wash you hands, practice infection control. Be aware of the health news, and stay informed. It goes to show that even with the right personal protective equipment accidents can happen.
When you are in the Health force you are at great risk, and it benefits you and those around you to practice infection control to the BEST of your ability.
Also don’t beat yourself up for a Slip up, just get the appropriate help to nip it in the Butt early…. remember that SILENCE is a deadly killer in times like these. If symptoms occur don’t be embarrassed or afraid to to come forward, because you can prevent spread and YOU CAN SAVE A LIFE!