This Is What Makes It All Worthwhile

I arrived in Nebraska two weeks at the home of an ICU nurse who was suffering severe hardship due to various issues surrounding COVID shutdowns and panicked decisions by hospital management. I was able to help her and her family out on multiple issues, and this facebook post was my reward. Some issues at the hospital have been corrected, and life is much better there now for all the nurses.

And I have a new adopted family in Nebraska!

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12 Responses to This Is What Makes It All Worthwhile

  1. Matthew says:

    You rock, Tony. In so many ways.

  2. Disillusioned says:

    Heartwarming. You touch souls.

  3. Robertv says:

    Hikes are forbidden in Spain like riding a bike. Children have not been allowed outside for at least 3 weeks now. But we all have to do the shopping in the same supermarket and are allowed to use the metro and the bus. This is how insanity looks like.

    • Michelle Yow says:

      Bet you we pass you wayyyyyyyy by in our illness and death rate! Lots of states still letting churches have at it.

      • Vegieman says:

        I guess you won’t be considering any decline in the [over]attributed illness and death rates as having anything to do with a few faithful, God revering Christians intervening on you and your nations part. Why wouldn’t you instead mention those who are flagrantly having parties, mostly associated with higher education, to flaunt their invincibility. Social[ism] distancing policies won’t change the numbers in the end anyway – just extend the time it takes to get there.

  4. Scott Allen says:

    For your honesty, hard work (at little pay) and willingness to help out, we would be honored to have you as a resident of Nebraska, you would fit right in.
    Nebraska, where the state slogan is “Honestly, it’s not for everyone”, it where it’s still expected to wave to complete strangers (farmers wave, raised index finger while holding on to the steering wheel), we are willing to help anyone out any time, our neighbors are our friends, our must have vehicle is a 1970 F-100 pick up, where our felons are registered and our firearms are not, where the cattle out number the people 3 to 1, where liberals need a visa to stay more than 15 days (ok that’s not true but they really don’t like us, so they leave before 15 days), it’s where we practiced social distancing long before it became a fashion and a Tesla will almost run out electricity before the next charging station.
    So you can leave Colorado (with all it’s liberal California transplants) and come to Nebraska (just don’t bring any liberals with you, please).

  5. roaddog says:

    We’re looking forward to having you as a neighbor, in Laramie County. Great job in Nebraska, sir.

  6. Tim Spence says:

    I was more than ready for some good news !

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