How to spot a nurse in public

Story---Group-of-Nurses-11-2016-484x252-PNGHow do you spot a nurse in public? Is it like finding an animal in the wild?

No, it is rather easy to find one if you know where to look. Scrubs are usually a giveaway, but some other medical professionals wear those, too.

However, there is some question as to whether it is hygienic to wear them in public, so you cannot count on scrubs to tell you the whole story. Besides, that is often too easy a sign that you’ve spotted a nurse.

You will see nurses caring for others. In the checkout line, they will be the ones helping the senior citizens count out their pennies.

You will see them running through the grocery store, picking up things on the fly, and tossing them into the shopping cart. There are only so many hours in the day, and shopping for food isn’t always that high on the priority chart.

Another way to spot a nurse is to look into their eyes. A nurse’s eyes will show fatigue, red rimmed and often grey with the need for sleep.

That isn’t all you can see in a nurse’s eyes, though. There is a certain measure of compassion there.

Nurses really listen when you talk to them, even if they are in public. If you happen to run into a nurse in public, you will find they are someone who shows genuine interest in what you are saying – provided they are not in a hurry to get to their shift!

A nurse almost always wants to help, and this is an excellent way to spot them in public. Besides helping seniors at the checkout, they will assist others in finding items or simply engage in casual conversation.

Of course, should an emergency arise, you can’t help but notice a nurse. They will jump into action because they can’t help it.

A nurse doesn’t walk away from a tough situation. They walk toward them.

If you are out on the town, you can tell who the nurses are because they are usually in a large group and having a lot of fun. Nurses work hard, and they like to have fun when the time is right.

When nurses get together in groups, all sorts of hilarity ensues. They are a family, a tight knit group that partakes of the spirits and talks shop all night long.

Simply, spotting a nurse in public means finding someone kind, compassionate, helpful, and caring. They are also tired, in a hurry, and looking to have a good time.

Get your spy glasses ready. If you are looking for a nurse in public, they can be relatively easy to find when you look for these simple signs.

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