All the nurses go to their rooms and every resident in the world gets a good night’s sleep!
Sorry, nursing colleagues.
I couldn’t resist.
It was my first thought when I saw the photo!
This is actually a Parke Davis ad, one of a series.
It’s a medieval hospital.
Doesn’t it seem like a lot of wasted space in the center there? How did they heat the thing?
The nurse up front looks like someone just told her she had to do mandatory overtime.
I was sorry to see that.
I love the job I have now and I wonder what I would do if given the ultimatum to shut down Emergiblog.
I’d quit and put up an online tip jar!
I could get free care in the ER!
I’d have to find a place for the homeless with wireless internet connection, a place to charge up my iPod, my cell phone, my coffee pot and have access to American Idol, BBC America and the Cartoon Network, but hey! All in the name of free speech!
In all seriousness, we miss you, Rich. Let us know “where” you are. You can’t keep a good nurse down. Especially in the blogosphere.
Now that life has settled back into it’s normal routine after family health issues and lots of extra shifts, it sure is nice to catch up on all the posts I missed. I’m only a third of the way through my list of blogs (see sidebar). At least with my “live bookmark” feature on Firefox I can see who has new posts and who doesn’t.
I’ve checked out Typepad and I actually “own” the “www.emergiblog.com” domain name over at enom.com, I just haven’t had the time to actually sit down and work with it.
I’m kind of attached to this format and changing designs is like getting a plastic surgery make-over. It would still be me but it wouldn’t “look” like me.
But one more major breakdown that affects this blog and I will become so good at html my new site will look like the Taj Mahal.
Blogger may be free, but so is half the care I give in the ER. I still have to do my best.
Yes, I pay attention to little things like ttlb and Site Meter.
Oh well. At least having a marsupial pouch is handy for my trauma scissors….