I'm lonely...

  1. is anybody out there?
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  2. 7 Comments

  3. by   bethin
    I'm here. I'm lonely too. No husband, no bf, living with parents although I'll be moving out after Christmas. Nothing on tv.

    I'm not lonely, I'm pathetic!
  4. by   mudget
    Bethin,
    Where is Wentwerth Miller? I'm in California. Just sitting here wishing I had something to do. What's up with you? Are you working? Are you at home? I'm at home, probably should be in bed, but I'm not. I'm a total allnurses addict and looking for someone to talk too.
    J
  5. by   bethin
    Quote from mudget
    Bethin,
    Where is Wentwerth Miller? I'm in California. Just sitting here wishing I had something to do. What's up with you? Are you working? Are you at home? I'm at home, probably should be in bed, but I'm not. I'm a total allnurses addict and looking for someone to talk too.
    J
    Wentworth Miller is an actor who plays in Prison Break on Fox. Very very hot and gets me hot everytime.

    I'm in Indiana(boring state). Watching CNN as there is nothing else to do. Think I'll clean off my desk. Forgot what color it is. Need to sleep as I need to get up early for dr's appt. It's 0230 here.

    Where in California do you live?
  6. by   mudget
    I am in the central valley.
    Indiana huh? That's out there. I used to live in the midwest...hows the weather? OK, dumb question, really I agree there is nothing on TV. Isn't is ridiculous that all we have is TV to satisfiy us tonight? I watched this show about what Iran thinks of us and found it intersting but not stimulating enough to keep me busy... Whatever. I'm sorry that I am so boring, I guess it's just late enough here too... :chuckle
    Last edit by mudget on Nov 20, '06
  7. by   bethin
    Quote from mudget
    I am in the central valley.
    Indiana huh? That's out there. I used to live in the midwest...hows the weather? OK, dumb question, really I agree there is nothing on TV. Isn't is ridiculous that all we have is TV to satisfiy us tonight? I watched this show about what Iran thinks of us and found it intersting but not stimulating enough to keep me busy... Whatever. I'm sorry that I am so boring, I guess it's just late enough here too... :chuckle
    It's cold. We were supposed to get snow flurries on Sun but it never came - thank God. Leaves are all off the trees. It's quite depressing. That's why I'm planning on moving to San Diego after graduation. I have a vacation planned there for May. Does central California get cold? I mean temps below freezing not "it's cold today, it's only 50 degrees out".

    I missed that show about Iran. Saw it advertised and it looked interesting. I read "Guests of the Ayatollah" about the Iran hostage situation in the early '80's. Quite eye opening. They don't hate us, it goes much deeper than that but yet they have Apple computers and use American made products. Makes no sense.

    Last weekend on CNN I watched "Combat ER". What those nurses and dr's see was so sad. A soldier came in with a below the knee amputation. Was talking, coherent through the whole thing. Vitals stable and the dr told him that he lost his leg, but that he was going to be ok. And it seemed like he would. Three weeks later he died on the table in the states. Another one was a 5 year old Iraqi girl who was accidentally shot by her brother in the head. Obviously, she didn't make it. It was horrible to see these tough nurses and dr's crying and asking that the cameras be shut off.

    And I want to be a Navy nurse when I graduate. It's emotionally tough but I want to be on a ship or on a base in Iraq. I had planned on going into the NICU but if I want to do military nsg I need trauma and surgery experience.

    No, you are not boring.
  8. by   bethin
    What area of nursing are you in? I'm a CNA on med/surg and I go to ICU if they're open which is rare. Small hospital with about 75 beds. ICU has 4 beds. Only options are ER, OB, Med/Surg, ICU, Oncology, Outpatient Surgery. And of course aides are only used in ICU and med/surg. Not much variety. Our med/surg mostly sees nsg home pts and I crave the excitement of ICU. Even if we only have one patient, the nurse has time to teach me how to read telemetry and I see central line placements, chest tubes, etc.
  9. by   Halinja
    ((((Mudget))))

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