On August 11th, I went to the RoxComp Health Fair with Professor Harris. There were several tables set up around a large court outside the Community Center. I specifically helped at the Adult Health table. It was a great environment because there was music, food, and children playing. Most importantly, what I realized was that there was love. The great thing about community nursing is that you have the opportunity to establish and maintain a relationship with your patients, which strengthens the bond you create with them. When I learned that I would be taking our clients’ blood pressures and checking their glucose readings, I felt relieved because that is something I thought I mastered. On the contrary, I had a tough time at first because it was difficult to hear with the music in the background. All of a sudden, this became a teaching moment because I had to learn to carefully auscultate with everything that was going around. I was lucky to have other nurses working with me and compared their readings with mine. Overtime, I became confident again and the thought sunk into me that you DO learn something new everyday.