When did you become a nurse?

You know, just before you got your first kiss.

Or maybe just a few minutes after.

Or in a few cases, months.

But you don’t know.

It’s an awkward time to start nursing, but there are signs it’s something you need to do.

You may not know the answers to these questions.

How did you get into nursing?

How long have you been a nurse, if at all?

Do you have a favorite nurse?

What are some of the things you enjoy most about nursing?

What’s your favorite part of nursing?

Why do you like it?

Why are you doing this?

You might find the answers at the nurses booth, a large room that holds many nurses and the occasional patient.

It is a little like a meeting place for nurses, and there are a few familiar faces.

Here are a couple of the questions we asked nurses, or anyone else interested in nursing: Are you a nurse who has done something special?

Are you a person who’s been touched by nurses?

And the answer: “I’m just a nurse.”

A nurse doesn’t have to be a nurse to be interesting.

What is a nurse’s role in your life?

How does nursing relate to other parts of your life and career?

Where do you see nursing in five to 10 years?

Is nursing a career you’d like to pursue?

If you’re interested in learning more about nurses, here’s what you can do.

If there’s a nurse in your immediate area, go to the nurse booth.

You can ask for help, or talk to someone on the phone.

If you have an issue or want to know more about a nurse or their work, call their office number.

If a nurse needs to leave a room, make sure you let her know so she can be taken back to her room.

If there’s something else you need help with, call the nearest nurse’s office.

Ask a question.

We hope you enjoy nursing as much as we do, and that you’ll be glad to share it with others.