YoooHooo....Brian

  1. Seems that many of us are interested in being able to send good wishes to our fellow nurses on their B/D. BUT as Rick, (wise man that he is) pointed out, with all the registered members, this posting could get pretty long, not to mention it would be really hard to keep track of, because the dates are not in any particular order. Would it be possible to have another area that could be just for B/D's and have a posting for each month??? That way, we could just click on it, type in our B/D, and then grin like a silly goose when all those great wishes come through on our special day. And don't forget to include your B/D, if you decide to add this on.
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  3. by   CEN35
    LMAO@Yooohooooo Brian......what a thread subject!!!!!!!!!
  4. by   duckie
    Originally posted by CEN35:
    <STRONG>LMAO@Yooohooooo Brian......what a thread subject!!!!!!!!! </STRONG>
    Okay, I give....what's LMAO mean? These abbreviations confuse the dickens outta me, but I'll learn.....eventually.
  5. by   night owl
    Duckie, I see that you're up late tonight too! I'm off tonight and since I slept too much today, I can't go to sleep now. Working that midnight shift really screws you up. I'm listening to everyone snore and here I am typing away...Anyway, LMAO means laughing my a$$ off, and I thought that I was the only one who didn't know what that meant. I found a list of a bunch of those abreviations on some nursing website a couple of months ago now I forget which one.(old age setting in) If I find it again, I'll let you know which one. I was wondering, what ever happened to that pt you had that did all of that hollering and upset the other residents? Did they try shock Tx? Just curious...
  6. by   duckie
    Originally posted by night owl:
    <STRONG>Duckie, I see that you're up late tonight too! I'm off tonight and since I slept too much today, I can't go to sleep now. Working that midnight shift really screws you up. I'm listening to everyone snore and here I am typing away...Anyway, LMAO means laughing my a$$ off, and I thought that I was the only one who didn't know what that meant. I found a list of a bunch of those abreviations on some nursing website a couple of months ago now I forget which one.(old age setting in) If I find it again, I'll let you know which one. I was wondering, what ever happened to that pt you had that did all of that hollering and upset the other residents? Did they try shock Tx? Just curious...</STRONG>
    Thanks for telling me what that means. I still have lots to learn about computers. It's like the medical field, there's a language all it's own. Well, I'm very sad to report that my lady is coming home tomorrow and they have told me there has been no changes in her at all. We have very little info on what treatments they have tried because the 2 times we have called to check on her, we were treated like intruders and not spoken to very nicely. They made it clear to us, they didn't want her there and resented the fact that our administrator wouldn't allow her to be brought back. I suspect the next step will be our Alzheimers unit and I DO NOT think that is where she belongs. This whole thing really has me upset, the point to sending her was to help her and I really don't even think they tried by their attitude on the phone. So we're pretty much where we started. Sad......Thanks for asking. Have a super day!!
  7. by   Brian
    Duckie,

    Thanks for the suggestion on the B-day Board. I am evaluating different options for this. Thanks

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