Everyone knows a nurse, has had an experience with one or wanted to fire one. Usually you meet a nurse in your most vulnerable times, so the circumstance will affect your view of their performance and concern for you! It most likely never crosses your mind that you are not alone, there are dozens of people outside your room, situations you are not aware of that are stretching them in a hundred directions. As a result, nurses wear the weight of the world on their shoulders many days which penetrates deep into their inner fiber. It is conceivable that in the thirty to sixty minutes before they get to you they have laughed, cried, negotiated, rolled their eyes out loud at least twice and now are going to touch you despite the emotional roller coaster they have just experienced. It's ok because they want to! It's more than a job, it's a desire to help you. It's the life of so many happening on the other side of the door that makes or breaks the day. Enjoy a tiny glimpse into the nursing life of one who has realized that it is more than a job, it is the other side of the door where the story begins.