Amber Chambers was last night's on-call nurse, or at least one of them. She was called in because of perceived active dying. Upon arrival, Amber got to work and very openly and honestly spoke of the reality of the situation and the time frame associated. She did not mince words and made it very easy to gather the immediate family around and a religious figure important to my mother. In her state, my mother was in pain and Amber recognized such. She asked the doctor to change the orders to allow more meds to ease the pain. This one simple act allowed my mother to feel much better to release herself into bliss as her family prayed over her. A final act of awesomeness by Amber was the compassion and love for her job as she carefully prepared, washed and changed my mother to transport to the donation center. This may seem to you as a normal day as a Hospice nurse, but to me Amber was awesome.