this is where i wish i was right now. good morning everyone! how is everyone doing this morning? bryce got me up at 5:15 for a bottle and wouldn't go back to sleep. granted, it was the first time he was up for one, so i really can't complain, but geez......... i did get to doze another 20 minutes or so on the couch when he was in his bouncy, walker thingie.
bryan is headed to the y to swim, then i'm going for a walk, we have to move our tv back up on the shelves and then he goes to work. i still have laundry and regular old blah to do today. i also have some serious work on the puter to do today and i think i am going to work on the kids' scrapbook as well. i'm doing a computerized scrapbook/memory book type thing with all their birth stories, milestones, funny stories, etc. i am also printing out all the digital pics i have and adding those. they are going into a three ring binder. i am just being sure to get everything acid free. i am also backing it all up on disk so that if anything were to happen to it, i'll have it.
so, for the question of the day......drumroll please what is your favorite specialty area in nursing and your least favorite and why?
it would be nice if those of you working would tell us what area you work in too! i'll tell you all what i think is going to be my favorite and what i think would be my least favorite. i think ob, oncology, maybe peds. would be my favorites. i know that i would not like ltc or geriatrics. i might even like hospice. i have so much to research and learn to try to figure out where i am going.
leslie...don't worry about spouting off. i considered it too...i'm just gonna keep my questions innocent and start heck on other threads! lol! in fact, i am considering starting a thread asking yesterday's question.....
dianah...good to see you...better late than never! lol! congrats on passing the acls re-cert! intubation scares me for some reason....
mickie...hang in there chickie. two is waaaaay better than a pack. you'll get there!!!!! what you need to do is give dh your smokes so that you don't have them readily accessible. then, you'll have to ask him for one when you want one.
alright...i'm outta here to catch up! hugs all around.
May 15, '04
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Richard...that's very sweet of you to make an extra cake for your neighbor! Wish you were mine!! LOL!
Dianah...you think YOUR trash stinks? You oughtta smell my kids elephant poop diapers! LOL!
Mickie...the treadmill *sigh* how I wish I had one. I was soooo ready to go walk this morning and it was raining! It figures! You go girl!
Liza....wasn't oncology kinda hard because some people were beyond help? Did you have a lot of peds. patients? What do you like about LTC?
Help means many things. Helping people stay comfortable at the end of life is help. Giving people emotional support when they need it most is help.
I like working with the elderly. That is what I like about LTC. They are very sweet and also need lots help sometimes.
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