Much Thanks

Chatting with my friend Angela this morning who works as a nurse in one of the permier hospitals in Boston, it made me realized that we should all be thankful for all the nurses and teachers out there.

These individuals constantly give, but hardly ever receives. When you go to a hospital, nurses are the ones that take care of you, not the doctors. We usually give nurses the worst attitude because we’re personally having a bad day. Nurses have to put up with a lot, but they still serve the patients.

Same with teachers, the individuals who influences the next-generation. Parents usually say teachers aren’t doing enough, but don’t look at their own actions. Maybe parents should act more like parents and take some pressure off of the teachers. You try to be in charge of 15+ kids for 8 hours a day, 5 days a week. Let’s see how long you’ll last.

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