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Rest In Peace Jeremiah Dotson

“Some people come into our lives and quickly go. Some stay for awhile and leave footprints on our hearts and we are never, ever the same”.Please send prayer for Jeremiah Dotson and his family. Jeremiah was a janitor who worked at New York Presbyterian Hospital, got sick with Covid, and recently passed away. Jeremiah was […]

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Women’s Empowerment

On Instagram people are posting black and white images of themselves with the caption, “challenge accepted”. The challenge accepted involves posting black and white images of oneself as a show of women’s empowerment .                   Women’s Anthem “Women are fierce. They are powerful. No matter what language they […]

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How am I feeling?

                                              I am tired!! I am tired from fighting coronavirus as a frontline nurse. I’m tired of the racial injustice in this world that we live in. I’m tired of the racial injustice […]

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Please Stay Home

These are the working conditions in the hospital during the quarantine.  ICU beds are filled to capacity and nurses are burnt out. Nurses are on their feet for long shifts without taking a break.  I remember sitting in my car after a 12 hour shift thinking about how much my feet hurt.  I walked so […]

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I am a Registered Nurse and I have a voice.

This is the second week of quarantine working frontline against coronavirus. This is how I am feeling: Registered Nurses are overworked, exhausted and scared. Registered Nurses do not have enough PPE (personal protective equipment) or supplies to use to protect against coronavirus. According to the CDC, Registered Nurses are supposed to use bandannas to protect […]

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Proud to be a Nurse

“It is only in our darkest hours that we may discover the true strength of the brilliant light within ourselves that can never, ever, be dimmed.” Doe Zantamata The past couple of weeks have been really tough for everyone especially the nurses, people in healthcare workers, and first responders battling coronavirus. At this time the […]

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Happy Nurses Week!!

Nurse’s Prayer “God, grant me the compassion to give patient, loving care, to help the sick and injured, and bring comfort to despair. At the end of every busy day, as I lay my head to rest, Please give me peace within my heart to know I’ve done my best”. Happy Nurses Week to my […]

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My Thoughts

  We are all different people, which means when we do the same exercises as other people, we get different results. Find an exercise that works for you. When you go on Instagram and look at a person’s photo, that person’s results depend on many things, for instance: his or her calorie intake, body type, […]

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Rose Wine Mansion

The second event I went to was Rose Wine Mansion on September 5, 2018 at 4:00 pm. In order to get tickets, you have to order online. The tickets cost $35 to $45.  Rose Wine Manson is located @ 445 5th Ave, New York, NY. When I arrived at the Rose Wine Mansion I received […]

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Candytopia New York

At the end of August, one of my friends at work mentioned the pop up museum where everything is created out of candies. In order to get tickets, you have to order online. The tickets cost $34 for adults and $26 for kids (4-12).  Candytopia is located @ Penn Plaza 145 W 32nd Street New […]

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