Wednesday, January 16, 2008

Wordless Wednesday



6 comments:

Scott said...

Hahahaha! I feel your pain, sister! There are ENTIRELY too many nursing textbooks litering my bedroom these days!

Where'd you get your 'scope? I am thinking I would like a Littman, but I don't know if I should buy online or go somewhere big like Fort Collins. Cheyenne's only scrub store would rip me off. I AM poor!

T-girl said...

ROTFLMAO! I love the worldless wednesday! I wish I could take photos of all the crap I had to sift through today since the clinic was closed and I had to get a backlog of patient records scanned in! Seriously there should be a law agianst some things, things such as making me scan in patient documents from Novemeber that are plain stupid! LOL

I wanted to to thank you for your comment also! I really loved what you said, it was like a little light when "bing" in my head. I really liked the whole "painting" analogy you are so right! I am glad you found me in two short posts you have already made a possitive impact to my world!! :)

T-girl said...

btw- love your post on your dad. I also have the same prob with my grandfather who died NY's day 1984. That love never leaves you, it is a comfort in some way to have that memory even if it is not as long as we would have liked.

Colleen Dobson said...

nice little artsy look to them too! A+ on your wordlessness

Sitting in Silence said...

LOL...Great photo....I am so enjoying my time off...back in feb and then all finished May 30....Yayyyyyyyyyyy.

When do you finish TZ ?

tz said...

oooh, you have til feb..nice. I finish the RN program at the end of May 2009, but I can get my LPN license at the end of this upcoming summer....My RN will be an associates (2 year) program and I'll go for my masters afterwards...there's a bridge program of an ASN (associates in nursing) to an MSN program at some of the colleges here....I eventually plan becoming a midwife. (clinic or hospital, not home births...not that there's anything wrong with that but It's too scary for me)--danielle, i have no idea of those initials and such transfer to aussie nursing lingo...so let me know...and hey, i've been looking up traveling nursing jobs to australia...i figure after i graduate and get a couple years in, it would be a great experience for the kiddos and us to live there a couple of years...