Whether you’re a stay-at-home mom or you work at a corporate job, run your own businesses or spend your days going from soccer practice to ballet, we all have work to do; it looks different for everyone, but there is always something to do.
I went to school to be a nurse and I loved helping others, feeling productive and being useful. What I was not prepared for was using my nursing skills to nurse my husband, Scotty, back to health after a suicide car bomb blew up 30 meters from his face while he was serving as an infantry platoon leader in Iraq. I quickly switched from 12 hour nursing shifts, 4 days a week to 24 hour shifts, 7 days a week caring for my newly blinded husband.
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