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Cialis and canada custom I imagine these are my co-workers at the moment.

Cialis and canada custom I called in sick the last two nights.

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…It’s a darn good thing that I am not watching American Idol this season because if I was, cialis and canada custom I’d be really ticked at Chris Sligh being voted off before that Sanjaya dude…if, cialis and canada custom of course, cialis and canada custom I was watching the show…which I’m not…really…hey, cialis and canada custom I can’t help it if I can hear the singing from the bedroom and can tell who is good and who isn’t…

…Do you suffer from “stethoscope syndrome”? Do you answer your door at home, cialis and canada custom only to discover you have draped your stethoscope around your neck? Do you stand in the checkout line at the store, cialis and canada custom only to realize you took your stethoscope into the store with you and have been wearing it the entire time? Do you go to remove your stethoscope only to realize that you aren’t wearing it? No? Okay. Cialis and canada custom Never mind…


…Why is it that I will proof-read my posts a bazillion times before posting them, cialis and canada custom only to discover a major typo or grammatical error hours later?…

…I’m loving my Leadership and Management class. Cialis and canada custom We have to peer-review each other’s “Change Project” paper as we write it. Cialis and canada custom It’s amazing what another pair of eyes will spot when you think you’ve covered everything! It’s really great because we can then take that advice/observation and tweak the paper or incorporate the observations as we see fit. Cialis and canada custom Online learning is really interesting. Cialis and canada custom I learn more from my classmates than any lecture I could attend…


…Speaking of classes, cialis and canada custom I’ll be taking three in the fall. Cialis and canada custom Probably “Health Assessment” and an expository writing class plus a statistics course. Cialis and canada custom That’s only ten semester units, cialis and canada custom all online. Cialis and canada custom I live on the computer anyway, cialis and canada custom might as well be productive! I’m amazed I never took a critical writing course in all my academic travels, cialis and canada custom especially since I love English…

…Hey, cialis and canada custom does anyone know what has happened to the “The Truth Laid Bear” (TTLB) ecosystem? I’ve been in the same spot for months now. Cialis and canada custom I’m not griping, cialis and canada custom I’m proud to be where I am in the system, cialis and canada custom but the “evolution” seems to have stopped cold.



Cialis and canada custom And now, cialis and canada custom just because I can, cialis and canada custom I will embarrass my youngest daughter by including a photo of her with her date to the Junior Prom, cialis and canada custom taken last weekend.

Cialis and canada custom This is my “baby”. Cialis and canada custom The oldest two are getting married this summer within six weeks of each other!

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  • Mother Jones RN
    Mother Jones RN

    March 30, 2007 at 1:33 pm

    Kim, your daughter is very pretty. I bet she gets her looks from you. Good luck with your Stats course. I’m always here for you if your class pushes you over the edge and you need therapy:-)


  • TC

    March 30, 2007 at 2:25 pm

    Your daughter is very pretty, and probably very mortified…

    And as for growing older, just think, you could be a grandma soon! (Tee Hee, I couldn’t resist!)

    As for TTLB, you seem to be evolving more than ever from your latest posts.

  • laura

    March 30, 2007 at 2:32 pm

    beautiful baby.
    i hope the headache clears up soon. ugh! i hate those headaches that go on for days.
    no, i don’t wear m stethescope. two reasons: in nicu-land, each patient has his/her own stethescope to prevent transfer of potential HAIs and two, i beak out in a rash when i do drape one around the neck…itchy and not pretty and we know i must always look prett while nursing. LOL
    nice pot-pourri.
    feel better.

  • may

    March 30, 2007 at 4:46 pm

    wow! the big five oh? it is just a number…and you don’t sound 50 anyway, so you can be any age you want 🙂

  • Awesome Mom
    Awesome Mom

    March 30, 2007 at 11:21 pm

    What a beautiful young woman!!! And congrats on the weddings!

  • SANDY G.
    SANDY G.

    March 31, 2007 at 10:33 pm

    Your daughter is very pretty. Wow, 2 weddings within 6 weeks!!

    ~Sandy G.

  • StudentNurseJack

    April 1, 2007 at 2:07 pm

    You are one busy woman, indeed! I hope you’re feeling much better by now.

    Congrats on the upcoming weddings. Your youngest and her date are an attractive couple.

  • Max E Nurse
    Max E Nurse

    April 2, 2007 at 4:30 am

    Kim, sweety. As well as the headache – are you a little febrile? Your post seems a little more sporadic and fly around than normal.

    Anyway, you should no by now, nurses don’t have headaches – it must be at the very least a subarachnoid haemorrhage.

    Try taking more water with it.

    I won’t comment on your pretty daughter nor your age, for fear of you getting on the plane and giving me a sharp slap.

    Take care,

  • beth

    April 3, 2007 at 8:35 am

    Kim, repeat after me:
    Fifty is the new forty (or thirty, or twenty if you want it to be…)
    Hope your headache has subsided by now…

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