GOOD MORNING, LITTLE PEEPS!!
Nurseboy, thanks for starting the thread!!
Good Luck in your presentation! I hope it goes well for you. Will you be graduating this summer?
I'm at work; Good staffing again tonite!!:wink2: Two nites in a row???I don't know what to make of this!!
I'll be off Thurs & Fri nites, but have to work the weekend. That's OK. I don't mind every other weekend. Usually, tho, they pull us a lot on the weekends. My NM works VERY hard at having adequate staffing & retaining her staff
---unfortunately, other NM's do not--& so they keep pulling from us. :angryfire Well--nothing can really be done about it, I guess.
Commuter, I was reading yesterday's thread-- that is really nasty on there part. I think I would complain--a lot!! Is there no way this can be reversed? It doesn't seem fair to you. maybe you don't want to work Rehab!!:angryfire
Zoe, I hope you can get some sleep!!
Yesterday I tried to sleep & just couldn't seem to fall asleep. I didn't really fall asleep until almost 6:30PM & then had to get up at 9:30!! Now, of course, I'm tired!!
When I get off in the AM, DH & I are going to the Garden Shop for flowers.
We won't plant them quite yet, but we do at least want to have them. It's still a bit too cold in Chicago to put them in the ground---we can still get some really cold nites. For instance, tonite, it's supposed to go down under 40 degrees. So, we'll plant in a week or 2.
We'll keep them in a safe place either under the house or in the garage.
We need to get them, tho, before everything gets picked over.
We'll also get a couple of tomato plants & maybe some spinach. I don't have much room for veggies, but I do have a bit.
We do most of the flowers in containers and put them around the back deck & then we have 3 long containers on the side of the garage.
In the front of the house is the only place that we actually plant the flowers in the ground.
Well, I'd best get back to work. I still have some of my assessments to chart on the computer!!
You all have a wonderful day.
Maybe I'll get back here later.