April 30, 2007, 10:50 am

Emergiblog Meets the BloggingBoomers Carnival!


Ladies and Gentlemen, I give to you…

The official nurses cap of Emergiblog!

This lovely specimen is a 10/10, hands down!

I present it today in honor of the BloggingBoomers Carnival!

This carnival of “baby boomers” who blog can be found at The Boomer Chronicles. Rhea did a great job of putting together an eclectic, interesting and funny edition.

I’m proud to say that Emergiblog is included this week. So..

Whether you’re from “The Greatest Generation”, a boomer, a child of the sixties, a Gen X, a Gen Y or not sure where you fit in you will find something of interest over at Rhea’s place.

Check it out!


The internet is a small, small world.

Yesterday, I received a link to Emergiblog from radio talk show host Hugh Hewitt, aka my Blog Father #1.

In it, he connects me to James Lileks, aka my Blog Father #2!

Okay, so now I am thrilled! I am floating around the house on air and my husband can’t figure out why I’m so excited, even after I explain things to him.

Some folks just don’t understand what can send a blogger into ecstacy.

Either that, or I am a major nerd.

I couldn’t have been happier if Barry Gibb had walked into my house!

Okay, that might be exaggerating a little.

The weird part is that this had to be wholly coincidental. Hugh must have found Emergiblog in a Google search.

Check out the post here.

Thanks Hugh! : )


  • Mother Jones RN

    May 1, 2007 at 11:02 am

    The cap really is a 10. It sits perfectly on top of the head like a crown, and the black strip is simply superb.

    Thanks for the heads up on the BloggingBoomer Carnival.

    I’ll check it out.


  • Student Nurse Nancy

    May 1, 2007 at 3:03 pm

    Love the cap!!

  • therapydoc

    June 20, 2007 at 12:45 pm

    I feel like nurses should wear those hats they wear on Mash.

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