It's snowing, again. We got maybe 8 inches overnight, hard to tell with the wind blowing and drifting. Roads that thawed yesterday, refroze and then a new coat of snow made things a little slick.
Yes, we have a species of hummers, called Anna's Hummingbird, year round. I took the feeder out this morning and the little dude was right there. I haven't seen the little female in a couple of days. Dh was grumbly about one of his store managers that thinks he should close for weather. But they are a farm store that sells feed, propane and fire pellets that some people really depend on. So dh says he might just go down there himself and run the store.
I never really saw the bedside report work well, although, I don't think expecting to get report on 7 patients in 30 minutes was realistic. Especially if you have to hunt down 4 or 5 staff to get report. And of course, admits arrive at the same time. I used to have one nurse who would not be ready for report until 45 minutes into the shift. And then, she would want to give me an ICU style report, with every lab done for the last week, all the family dynamics, and what not. I would remind her she told me all that yesterday, but she still had to go through it, every. single. day.
Gosh Joe, that is irritating to have someone comb through your charting like that. Makes its feel like your not trusted. And you seem like a very detail-oriented person. It will be their loss if you go.
Tweety, I would be upset too. I had to get a filling last year, and it seemed much more painful that I remember.
I hope everyone has better weather that expected, and amazing days all around,