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Soogee and Wally
Now, that's a job! Love it. That sounds
Sat Jun 30, 2018 11:27pm
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like a hospital that is more human than most. At least you will be working, earning some money and not have to take sick or personal leave. It still sounds exciting. Years ago Mort and I were friends with a couple, the wife was an RN working in the ED. She was petite and sweet. She loved the ER and often got caught staying later than her shift. Her husband would pick her up and often found himself helping to move patients for them. Are you one of those people like her? I just remember her talking with such happiness in regard to her nursing job in the ER. She did not want to work anywhere else. I have found that people who work together in such a stressful job and rely on each other often form tight bonds. Their job and duty are linked to each other and often the outcome of their patients and how well they do are based on that link between personnel. How are you doing? Were you allowed to hop along with that leg so soon after surgery? I hope you are not in too much pain.

  • DH and I had a date night tonight! It was so fun toMelissa, Roo, and Ellie, Sat Jun 30 2:51am
    get out of the house. I probably wouldn't have suggested it, but he had some errands to run and said to be dressed and ready to go when he got home so I didn't think about it and just went with it!... more
    • It sounds like you had a fabulous night.SD&B, Sun Jul 1 12:37am
      I'm glad you got the job as ED secretary for now. It's never the job itself that makes you love it or hate it. It's the people you work with. Good people make just about any job bearable. You are... more
    • Now, that's a job! Love it. That sounds — Soogee and Wally, Sat Jun 30 11:27pm
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