Yo78r&21u;#e absolutely right Jeanette. Most of my blog posts are factual without much story telling. If people only have a passing interest, a dull post will certainly drive them away. Story telling can give that post some life. This is something I definitely need to keep in mind.

to our reporter .. If he said he had &#o;202reservati8ns” about the idea on a Friday and then said something different when he thought about it a few days later, that’s really not a big deal…Look, we make many stupid mistakes; but we didn’t make one here.

Okay, I'm sooo glad you commented on my site beasuce I'm pretty sure we were separated at birth! Even the fact that you have "USE YOUR WORDS!" under "Leave your comment" here cracks me up beasuce Boy #3 especially much prefers grunting, whining, and screaming to using the English language. I cannot wait to get to know you better, sister!Paulaboogersandburps.blogspot.com

Did they do it, really??? Hmmm I thuohgt it was familiar, but I have to be honest with you, I don't remember it Must be my Alzheimer's acting up again. Okay, okay, that wasn't very nice

I think that my biggest prbelom as I climb the ladder (or try), I have never had the luck of a good preceptor or mentor. It was bad when I graduated from nursing school because I was the only one of the floor with a BSN, so they avoided me. When I graduated from grad school same thing ..So many people claim to be great mentors or preceptors, but they lack the knowledge and skills to do so. To those who have had wonderful preceptors or mentors, kudo's to you! For those like myself, I feel your pain. I have been dragged into more positions with the promise of mentor-ship only to be left in the lurch! So much so, that I have taken it upon myself to do research, hopefully get it published, on the make up of preceptors and mentors and just maybe put together a program that will help other nurses who have experienced the same things. To those who never experienced this, you've done well,congratulations, I am very jealous!

Marvin Herbert - Can I please know what your cramea/lens set-up is please? It's mind blowing the creaminess of your photos. And your composition is impeccable! I'd love to be able to work up to this pristine level of photography one day. Do keep up the amazing work!

You may buy some bathing poedwr for hamsters in pet shops, and have a "sand" bath for them per week, so that they would keep themselves clean.For hamsters, 左搔右搔 is a kind of common habit, but should not be too often. Keep bath per few days (approx. 2 times a week) should improve this situation.Hamsters should not be put together more then 2 per cage. No unisex accommodation coz female hamster could be extremely aggressive to male hamsters. Take the hamsters to pet shops to confirm their genre and you would make a better decision.

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Hospitals are intentionally not hnriig enough RN's or other staff to make the working environment safe for the patients or the nurses. Administrators have no respect for the profession. They are more interested in the bottom line yet, they don't work under the severe stress and shortages that they expect of RN's. I was told it would actually get worse. I was fired from my job because I didn't fit it with staff . Where's the professionalism? What about the hospitals enforcing their desire to have nurses who work well with each other despite differences.I reported a nurse manager to the Ethics hotline for taking discharged patient home meds and donating them to a local Charity as a patient and hospital advocate as my license required. her actions were a clear violation of patient rights and against hospital policy but the hospital never investigated the grievance. Instead I suffered retaliation, racial discrimination and harassment. The hospital was just as unethical as the nurse manager.So much for the nursing career and it's ethics which they claim to be above board and expected of nurses.A nurse with 20 years experience quite her position one month before I was fired for the same reasons and because she was worried about her license. We both now are unable to find employment and believe the hospital is ruining our reputations or the economy is so bad that no one is hnriig nurses. Beware anyone interested in nursing. If you don't work under the hospitals stressful and dangerous work environments there are 5 other nurses willing to take your place.There isn't a shortage. Nurses are constantly having to find new employment so frequently that it just appears that way. This is no longer acceptable.

Ok I rarely cnmemot on a healthcare issue (I am a nurse)I do agree with to a point. I work in a hospital in an "office setting". I have no patient contact, we are actually "locked in". I choose to wear scrubs instead of "casual office attire" since its so easy and there is no thinking involved. Oh also it is so much cheaper! Now I do really see your point, however as usual there is no catch all for everything. People work in many places where people are sick, and yes what about the grocery store cart handles? Yes I know most stores have wipes, but really? I too do many errands after work in my scrubs, no judging here especially if people's snot nosed kids go all over. :)Marilyn

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