About Me: Female, 58, Whitehall, PA, member since Jun 2007
I am a Registered Nurse who used to work in a critical care cardiac telemetry unit and now I work as an oncology/chemo nurse at a private practice. I have 2 grown daughters, and three grandchildren. I love movies and LOVE to read. I am an artist, play a little guitar
[More] and a little piano. My favorite pastime is listening to my heart beat. Just kidding. Well, maybe not.
I have been a lurker on here for quite a long time, coming online to take a look around when my PVCs start acting up. I've seen so many of your responses and just wanted to tell you how grateful I am that you are a poster. You are understanding, compassionate, and even add in some humor where needed. Thank you for being such a great friend, even though you didn't know I was out there :). I'll bet you're a hell of a nurse too!
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