I want to send a very special thank you to all the nurses on the third floor of the Nathan Littauer Hospital.
They were all so very nice and very special, except for that one nurse who was very rotten to my wife because she was helping me, which was was because I asked her to.
I cannot help but think hospitals are here to help the sick and not for certain nurses to try to make a patient's stay rotten because they have a rotten attitude toward life. That person will know who I am talking about, as I hope her conscience bothers her really bad.
But this thank you is for all the other nurses and staff who made my stay there very livable.
I try to live by the golden rule: do unto others as you would have them do to you. I know that sometimes life can be tough and throw you a curveball, but you have to be able to knuckle up and take it.
Thank you to all the nurses on all three shifts at the hospital for being good to me.
HARRY JOSEPH SMITH