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A huge thank you to all who responded with prayers and support to the post about my aunt’s death.

Her funeral was this week and I managed to give a humorous talk about her life and only wavered at the end.

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I wanted to mention a new, viagra gay international carnival called the “International Carnival of Pozitivities“.

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Many thanks to Ron Hudson, viagra gay contributor to Change of Shift, viagra gay owner of the blog 2sides2Ron (and 21-year HIV survivor!) for his dedication to this new Carnival.

Watch for Ron’s submission to the next Change of Shift.

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Speaking of carnivals, viagra gay I have noticed that I often get submissions to “Change of Shift” that are fantastic posts but don’t necessarily have a direct connection to nursing itself, viagra gay although nurses/patients/doctors would find them interesting.

Usually, viagra gay these posts are fantastic for Grand Rounds and I send them in that direction.

I feel obligated to do that for two reasons:

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Okay, viagra gay I need some advice here.

I’m catching up on my blog reading and re-formulating my RSS feeds to make it easier for me to keep up.

What happens when you have linked to a blog that has not had a post in two months and there is no “I’m on hiatus…check back” sort of post?

Is it abandoned?

Do you keep your link on the sidebar?

There are a gazillion blogs out there, viagra gay and I realize not everyone is like me and has a USB port imbedded in their skull so they can blog 24/7.

But there is only so much space on a sidebar for links and I want to make sure they are blogs that are, viagra gay well, viagra gay active.

I don’t want to insult anyone by taking their link off, viagra gay but if they aren’t blogging anymore I can put other, viagra gay active blogs in that space

What do you do?

Cherry Ames never had to deal with this!

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My name is Kim, and I'm a nurse in the San Francisco Bay area. I've been a nurse for 33 years; I graduated in 1978 with my ADN. My experience is predominately Emergency and Critical Care, and I have also worked in Psychiatry and Pediatrics. I made the decision to be a nurse back in 1966 at the age of nine...

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