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What This Husband Wrote About His Wife's Work As A Trauma Nurse Is Incredible

Emmy Griffiths
by Emmy Griffiths Published on 18 November 2015
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Bobby Wesson had an incredible response after posting a picture of his wife cuddling their toddler on Facebook along with an explanation about his wife's experiences as a trauma nurse. The post has now attracted almost 800K shares and really is a must read to appreciate what nurses must go through every day.

Bobby Wesson took a snap of his wife napping with their toddler Deacon as he was getting ready for work and candidly shared his appreciation for her and her job as a trauma nurse on Facebook, giving an insight into the incredible strength that nurses have to face horror on a daily basis then go about their lives outside of work.

He wrote: "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."

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...

Posted by Bobby Wesson on Saturday, 7 November 2015

Bobby told Buzzfeed why he posted the photo. “I do believe that there a millions and millions of average, everyday heroes out there, and thank god for them. We need every single one of them." He said.

"I’ve developed a much deeper appreciation for my wife and her profession. She feels fortunate to be able to work in her field and she loves her job. It’s hard and she works hard just like all nurses do but it’s works that she feels a calling to do.”

Even after the amazing insight into Rayena's tough job, Bobby posted that she hates being called a hero. He wrote: "Those of you that know my wife know that she flinches at the word hero. She doesn't miss an opportunity to say that she is a small part of a very large team - but she is a large part of my very small team and I'm proud of her."

She sounds like a hero to us! Do you agree? Tweet us @sofeminineUK!

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