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It's been a good week. My Friday ended with a nomination award from a co-worker who witnessed me helping an African-American man in the hospital pharmacy last March. He did not have enough money for his co-pay. I helped him pay for his prescription without him asking. My boss and a couple of co-nurses saw me receiving this award. I guess I made more than one person happy from this act. I, for one, am so happy I was in the pharmacy at the right time. This is the 5th time I have been nominated for the DAISY award so it is a big deal for me. 

I am a rookie gardener. So I am proud of the little successes in my mini garden. Look at my future eggplant, tomato, and a few strawberries. The strawberries are small and sweet.

My grandson often makes me laugh. At 14 months, he is riding this tricycle for the first time and is having such a great time.

We only have 18 COVID patients in the hospital. That is good.

Have a good day you all.

Ten Things of Thankful

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  1. Congratulations on your Daisy Award, and thank you for all you do for patients.
    Your garden looks great. My strawberries are blooming, and I have some green berries, but no red ones like you do. I'm still waiting on tomatoes, too, but I do have some flower buds. I haven't ever grown eggplant.
    Fourteen months seems young to be able to ride a tricycle. Looks like he's having a blast!

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  2. From my past experiences of picking and eating strawberries, the little ones are the sweetest ones of all!
    I love watching children concentrate so hard on learning how to do something new. I think the tongue is useful for more than just helping us be able to taste.😀
    What a special award to give and to receive. Congratulations.

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  3. Congratulations on your well deserved award! Adorable grandchild! Yay for garden treats!

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