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Husband Pens Touching Note To Honor His Hardworking Wife

by Barbara Diamond
Barbara is a passionate writer and animal lover who has been professionally blogging for over 10 years and counting.

Philip lives in Rome, New York with his wife, Jessica. Jessica is a stroke nurse who dedicates herself every day to caring for the lives of others. Though she never whines or complains, Philip knows that deep down she’s exhausted and overworked. Recently, Philip shared a letter he wrote on Facebook in dedication to his hardworking wife.

He watched Jessica sit down for a hurried dinner after a 14-hour shift. Her dinner was a sandwich, by the way. She had just enough time to eat and get ready for bed, then go back to work the next day and do it all over again. “She doesn’t like to be bothered in the morning and I respect that,” Philip writes on Facebook. “She showers, throws her hair up, grabs her lunch gives the dog and me a kiss and heads out the door.” Time and time again, we hear about women who feel under-appreciated by their spouses. But none of this is lost on Philip.

Wait until you see this husband’s message to the world…

Please note: This story was inspired by Bobby Wesson via Facebook (original post below).

“This is my wife Jessica having dinner after a 14 hour day. She comes home from work, has enough time to eat and get ready for bed and it’s back to work the next day for another shift.”

“She is up early to get ready for her day. She doesn’t like to be bothered in the morning and I respect that. She showers, throws her hair up, grabs her lunch gives the dog and me a kiss and heads out the door.”

“At work she takes care of people who are having the worst days of their lives. Strokes, Car accidents, motorcycle accidents, falls, breaks, brain damage and more. She takes care of mothers, fathers, sisters, brothers, friends and families. It doesn’t matter who you are or what happened.

She will take care of you.”

“She works through lunch and rarely has time to sit. She comes home after 14 hours, takes off her shoes that have walked through blood and tears, and just wants to sit down. I don’t ask her about her day because She doesn’t like to talk about work when she is home and that’s fine.

If she does want to talk, I will listen.”

“Sometimes she comes home happy and sometime she’s comes home sad. But no matter how she feels, she is always on time for her next shift.

I love her with all my heart.”

“My wife is my hero. My wife is a Stroke Nurse.”

If only all spouses had this much love, pride, and respect for their partners. If you agree, please SHARE this with your friends on Facebook!

Please note: This story was inspired by Bobby Wesson via Facebook. See below:

“This is my wife taking a nap. In an hour she will wake up, put on her scrubs and get ready for work.

The tools and items she needs to perform her job will be gathered and checked meticulously – her hair and makeup will be done quickly. She will complain that she looks awful. I will disagree, emphatically, and get her a cup of coffee.

She will sit on the couch with her legs crossed under her and try to drink it while happily playing with the toddler that’s crawling all over her.

She will occasionally stare off blankly as we talk; silently steeling herself for the coming shift. She thinks I don’t notice.

She will kiss the baby, she will kiss me and she will leave to go take care of people that are having the worst day of their entire lives. Car wrecks, gunshot wounds, explosions, burns and breaks – professionals, poor, pastors, addicts and prostitutes – mothers, fathers, sons, daughters and families – it doesn’t matter who you are or what happened to you.

She will take care of you.

She will come home 14 hours later and remove shoes that have walked through blood, bile, tears and fire from aching feet and leave them outside.

Sometimes she will not want to talk about it. Sometimes she can’t wait to talk about it. 
Sometimes she will laugh until she cries and sometimes she will just cry – but regardless of those sometimes she will be on time for her next shift.

My wife is a nurse. My wife is a hero.”