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09/19/14
I imagine this profession requires a great amount of love and grace. God bless them! I liked this piece.
09/19/14
You've written this story so well. I worked in nursing homes my entire career and have watched the aides feeding the residents...and and your entry captured it perfectly.

God bless~
09/20/14
Great use of believable dialogue here - which is so important to keep the reader engaged and the story moving forward. Good job.
09/22/14
An original take on the topic told realistically. I agree, great dialogue.
Patiences displayed.

You might have started with a single sentence that showed trials had been par for the day. Then starting off with the calmness in your voice as you began to wait on Rob shows the patience used with difficult clients.

Use this to demonstrate being calm in the battle.
Touchingly poignant . . .

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Hugs and prayers, Judi
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