been hibernating for a bit and will probably continue to for a bit longer...just popping in.
- wishing ying luck yet i'm sure she'll do quite well.
i never would have thought of fed'l express as a moviing co....should i ever relocate, i'll look into them.......
- hoping you take comfort in the peace the Pope has attained.
- great news on eligibility letter- does that mean you'd be moving to new york?
- you sound great; transitioning to days seems to agree w/ you.
- be good to yourself this weekend; reflection and introspection sometimes regains one's perspective. :icon_hug:
- rasberries sent your way.
please try to pace yourself tomorrow at work- find ways to destress- not good for those pvc's.
- have frequently thought of you and remain in my prayers. :kiss
- first, welcome aboard. second, sorry to hear about your radial fx- truly sucks. third, i am a hospice nurse and i truly don't know what they'll have you do w/your arm in a sling. if it's orientation, then you should be able to slide by. but you do use both arms for repositioning or often doing two things at once.
i hope you love hospice as much as i did......sadly, i'm leaving this specialty after 9 yrs....something died in me when my mom died but it was such a privilege to me, working in that specialty. it's not just about assessing physical pain- keep in mind there's often mental/spiritual anguish too, that needs addressing. also as systems shut down, you need to understand their implications so you can intervene accordingly. and of course, dealing with those families in denial. i'm sure you'll love it and thrive.
not much but everything going on in my life. no longer work at that facility and have been on some incredible interviews (w/offers) but can only work days so i'm restricted.
living w/2 teens and 1 pre-teen is no picnic. my youngest, his voice has changed in these past 2-3 weeks along with hormonal volatility.
i went on an interview yesterday for an acute dialysis position=12 wks orientation and the recruiter called me w/positive feedback from the person who interviewed me....i should know by mon/tues. yet there's another interview i have next thurs-new program; transitioning russian doctors to an rn program, so the position is an rn staff coordinator which would entail overseeing this program with a lot of teaching to these russian docs. sounds fascinating.
except for going that one time to bury mom's green curler
, i've had much difficulty visiting her. still doesn't seem real to me as i keep thinking she's still living in va. 2004 has royallly sucked for me. i'm hoping 2005 brings good news. plus when i get a job, dh and i have agreed to separate....while i'm trying to keep the household as civil as possible, dh, when he's upset or drunk, is threatening all sorts of stuff just because i'm on some psychiatric meds and threatens to try and go for custody. i just will not respond to him at all when he threatens me. so yes, much is changing and i look forward to working and yes, separating. after that, i feel the sky is the limit....so much potential that i'll now be able to do. plus i've taken myself off most of my meds and am feeling so much better off them. i'll tell you, that psychiatrist loves to prescribe and was initially overmedicated but i just trusted his judgement. but when my kids were c/o my slurred speech and unsteady gait, i took matters into my own hand. so now i'm a&o x3, lol. ok, you guys now know most of my current events, but don't be sorry- these are positive changes.