Tuesday, October 26, 2010

~ Caring is the essence of nursing. ~

Our sweet Daughter-In-Love graduated from nursing school last week. We are so very proud of her accomplishments.
Nurses don't seem to wear caps anymore, but I was fortunate enough to find a vintage one in our own little thrift shop here in town. It needs a good cleaning and starching, but I thought she might like to have it, as a reminder of those who have gone on before her. Anyway, she will get a 'kick' out of it.





Here she is at the celebration dinner with a dozen roses from my dad and the silver and amythest bracelet from DH and me. Son, you picked the best.
Congratulations, Nurse Natasha!
I am linking to White Wednesday #71. Can't wait to see all the other posts!

16 comments:

High Street Cottage said...

What a thoughtful and sentimental gift. And the bracelet and flowers as well, a new nurse needs something to remember her hard work in studies. It's nice you have a good relationship, and I love the term "daughter in love"

rustandruffles said...

Hi Pamela,
Such exciting news Pamela....congrats to your daughter in law. Love that you found the old cap at the thrift store....I am wondering where mine is as when I went to nursing school as students we still had to wear them....!!!! So glad we don't anymore!!!!
Talk soon!
xojanis

My Blessed Serendipity Life said...

What a perfect gift for her and a fun find!

-Danielle

Bead and Needle said...

Congrats to you and your daughter in law - what a GREAT find!

oldgreymare said...

How wonderful for your daughter in law to choose such a noble profession. Goodness knows we need so many more. Congratulations!

Suzan

Sandi said...

Congratulations to your daughter-in-law!! The old nurses cap is so neat too!!
Hugs~

Vintage Home said...

...wonderful career!...the world needs more nurses!....Its an amazing job and a tought grind to get there...proud for her!

Rebecca said...

Congradulations to her-we always need more nurses-it takes a special person!

Petite Michelle Louise said...

oh congratulations to your DIL. She looks so sweet! My MIL is a retired nurse. they are a very special "breed." TFS!

Petite Michelle Louise said...

P.S. LOVE that cap. there is a picture of my MIL in just THAT cap! I'm sure she has the actual "cap" somewhere as well.

Lisa ~Suburban Retreat~ said...

Such a commendable career choice ~ we can always use some more good nurses! Congratulations to your lovely DIL ~ Hugs

Deb said...

Congratulations to your daughter in law! Love the cap ~ such a great idea!

Sandy~Romantique Inspirations~ said...

Hi Pamela, Congratulations to your daughter in law. It definitely takes a special person to do that kind of work. I do hope she does well and that she enjoys her work to the fullest. How proud you must be for her!

Hugs*

raggygirlvintage said...

So exciting Pamela, and so sweet of you to get her the cap!
Tracey

Ana said...

Hi Lady Pamela,
Congratulations to your daughter-in-law...What a noble profession she has chosen. I know she'll love the nurse's cap. That was such an awesome find. Have a wonderful day.

Hugs and Kisses,
♥Ana

Cindy@Cutepinkstuff said...

Congrats to your daughter in love. Love that play on words! What a great find and perfect timing. That vintage nurse's cap was meant to be! Thanks for stopping by to see my loving lace post.

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