Nursing is a noble profession. It’s an old saying but it is really true.  A person has to have special qualities to become a nurse.  They take care of us when we are sick and really in need.  Giving shots and helping us heal make them fabulous.  They have the kindness and understanding that we desire when we are ill.  In the Good Gus series, Nurse Joyce is introduced as a new character who travels all the way from England to become Dr. Moore’s new assistant.  During that era a nurse was one of the few professions a woman could work at.  As education was limited primarily to men, I included it so that young girls could see the value of education and the importance of being able to take of themselves.  Nurse Joyce had no family which showed the readers that she was not only educated but brave to travel to a new country.  Some of the bravest men and women are those nurses that serve in war zones.  Have you ever considered how much pressure they are under when bullets are flying in their direction while they are busy saving lives?  Brave sounds insignificant in comparison to their courage putting their lives on the line.  When I wrote “Misplaced Trust” there were several chapters about nursing caretakers.  They, unfortunately, were not the kind and thoughtful people they were supposed to be.  They were only in their jobs for one thing: finding  ways to extract money from their clients.  They should not be considered part of such a fine profession.  If you think I’m joking, here is a short story.  A gentleman who is in his early nineties that I am familiar with recently married his caretaker who is at least thirty years or more younger than him.  Even though she signed a prenuptial agreement she is now trying to convince him to put her on all of his bank and stock accounts.  She is no longer caring for him but has hired another person to handle her previous duties.  It is easy for you to figure out what will happen next if his daughter doesn’t put a stop to it.  Remember, the Good Gus series is always available on Kindle worldwide and on You Tube at Mae’s Story Time.  “Misplaced Trust” if you are interested in more intriguing stories is available on 24 Symbols, Apple, Nook, Kindle, Kobo, Page Foundry, Playster,  Scribd and Tolino.