I work Part time in Hospice as a CNA. I became a CNA three years ago after having some good and bad experiences with my Father's care in 2013. Since the moment I became a CNA, I have and continue to love the work I do with the elderly and dying. My experiences with caring for my Father and then grieving his loss has given me so much knowledge and understanding. I believe that it helps me to connect with my patients' families on so many different levels. When I am not working, I have been married to my wonderful husband for 10 years. We have an 8-year-old son and 4-year-old daughter. They are my world. I love being with my family and spending time with them. I also am extremely close with my Mother. As we all live in the same house. Some may say that is weird or wrong, but to us it is perfect and normal. It is my job as her child to care for her until her last breath. Our faith is very important to us. Our kids go to a wonderful school and we belong to a wonderful church.