September 18, 2007, 1:30 pm

Shop With Grand Rounds, Send a Blogger to Starbucks and “Is That An iPhone or Are You Just Glad to See Me?”

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It’s Tuesday, folks!

Are we ready?

Synchronize your coffee cups…….it’s time for Grand Rounds!

This week we are invited to go shopping with Kerri from Six Until Me and you’ll be amazed at what we find in that store!

Emergiblog flies to the floor and is saved at the last minute!

(Sounds like me after watching Notre Dame this year only it’s more like a syncopal episode.)

I’m “going shopping” with Kerri even though she is cuter than me and all the guys will flirt with her.

If I can make the sacrifice, so can you! Check out this week’s compendium of medical-related commodities and don’t forget your latte (and if you worked last night, don’t forget to order an “add-shot”!)



And if this edition of Grand Rounds isn’t enough to satisfy your jones for blog reading this week, Change of Shift will be right here on Thursday!

I want you all to do me a favor and send in your nurse related posts today. Then I can tell my husband, “Honey, I have to go to Starbucks because it’s the only place I can put Change of Shift together!”

Like I need an excuse….but he can’t argue with the entire nursing blogosphere!

Use Blog Carnival or the Contact button up top.

I’ll do some homework while I wait!



Hear ye! Hear ye!

Get thyself over to Nursing Voices, where thou can winneth an iPhone courtesy of Nursing who sponsoreth the contest.

Alas, this poor blogger must watcheth another soul taketh the prize so it might as well be thee.

That means YOU!

Check out the contest here at Nursing Voices!

One Comment

  • NPs Save Lives

    September 18, 2007 at 2:30 pm

    Just wanted to drop by and say hello! I’ve been busy at the office! I just read a very interesting article in Advance for Nurses. I only know of one Kim M. who is a ER nurse. Was that you??
    Very cool!

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