Never Miss a Moment
Diane Foxen RN, San Jose
The last three weeks I've been trying to not miss a moment to tell someone about stopping Arnold. Here we were the morning of Nov 3rd, our last RN RV hospital visit. Chris and Trish head to Winchells for donuts and Helen, Michelle, and I headed to Starbucks. At 8:30 am the Salinas Starbucks is crowded with around 20 people. Four of them happen to be cops. Two of which are motorcycle cops. As we exit Helen knowing my ex-military background said, "Diane I can't believe you missed your moment to tell the cops to vote no."
I did an about face, after all I've got my scrubs on. I opened the door and politely announced: "Support a nurse and her patients, vote NO on the 8th." As I started to walk away a lady came out and said, "Good Job in there. I'm a nurse at Salinas Memorial and we are all voting NO." We talked briefly then headed to Salinas Memorial. It's a big world but somehow we are all connected. If you feel strong about something share it with others. You will be surprised how many people feel the same way as you do.