Philip Urtz is a devoted father and the husband of his beloved wife, Jessica. He recently posted a picture on his Facebook page to explain something incredible.
The incredible fact is the devotion shown by his wife, Jessica, who is a nurse in a hospital. She works 14 hours a day and when she comes home she has enough energy just to eat dinner and prepare for the next day.
On each day of work, she witnesses the most horrible moments in the lives of tens and dozens of patients: motorcycle accidents, falls, ruptures, brain injuries. Sometimes the cases she sees make her so sad that she doesn’t tell anyone anything.
Philip wrote on Facebook that without nurses like his wife, the world would be a much more terrible place. Here is this husband’s tribute to his wife:
“This is my wife taking a nap. In an hour she will wake up, put on her white clothes and get ready for work. The objects and tools she needs there must be meticulously collected and checked – her hair and makeup will be done in a hurry. She will complain that she looks awful. I will not agree and I will bring her a cup of coffee.
She will sit on the couch with her feet under her and try to drink it while playing happily with our baby. From time to time she will look blankly as we speak; she will evade a little, preparing for the horrible day that will begin. She thinks I don’t notice that.
She will kiss the baby, she will kiss me and she will go to do a lot of good to the people who have the worst days of their lives. Car accidents, explosions – professionals, priests, prostitutes, drug addicts – fathers, mothers, daughters, brothers, sisters, sons, whole families – it doesn’t matter who you are or what happened to you.
She will take care of you anyway.
She will come home after 14 hours, she will take off his shoes with her blood, tears, and ashes, but she will leave them out.
Sometimes she won’t talk about what she saw. Sometimes she won’t be able to wait to talk about what she saw.
Sometimes she will laugh until she starts to cry, other times she will just cry – but no matter what happens inside her, she will always be ready for the next round.
My wife is a nurse. My wife is a hero. ”
Don’t forget to distribute this wonderful tribute to a hero who always goes unnoticed!