“As a Nurse I Know How Hard It is to Work on Christmas!”

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Source: jefejet, “I’m an airline pilot — Today, a passenger gave our crew Christmas cards with this note inside.” Imgur. 25 December 2013

http://imgur.com/gallery/Br6jH1u

On Christmas Day of 2013, Redditor jefejet posted on Imgur a photograph with this caption: “I’m an airline pilot — Today, a passenger gave our crew Christmas cards with this note inside.” This is the note: “As a nurse I know how hard it is to work on Christmas! Thank you for being away from your family today so I could spend the last week in my small VA hometown with my family, & head back to NYC tonight so I can take care of my cancer patients at NYU Med Ctr tomorrow. Your job is important!” Redditor CountCaffeine commented, “As someone who flies a lot I have to thank you as well. You guys on the flight deck and the cabin crew put up with people at their crankiest, fly through crazy weather and spend an untold amount of time away [from] your loved ones. Thank you, guys, and your loved ones as well for doing what you do to get us to where we need to be safely and comfortably. This passenger expressed what all us travellers feel, especially on days like today.” Redditor MonorailBlack commented, “As a former FA [Flight Attendant], I can confirm that it is always appreciated when passengers were nice, or acknowledged us in this way. Flying over the holidays isn’t fun — missing Christmas with your family for more than 10 years gets really old. The little things made it more tolerable. Passengers showing some respect or appreciation really did take a bit of the sting out of it.”

For More Information: jefejet, “I’m an airline pilot — Today, a passenger gave our crew Christmas cards with this note inside.” Reddit. 25 December 2013

http://tinyurl.com/kr2muwf

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