October 2, 2007, 11:16 am

A Rhyme of a Time at Grand Rounds!

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Would you read them in a truck?

I would read them at Starbucks!

Except…I’m not there.

But I’m not letting that stop me from reading this week’s edition of Grand Rounds, very cleverly compiled and presented by Dr. Rob at Musings of a Distractible Mind!

I could never figure out if The Cat was real or a figment of the kids’ imaginations.

Too bad The Cat doesn’t deliver lattes!

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Don’t forget that it’s the week for Change of Shift!

GirlVet takes on hosting duties this week at Madness: Tales of an Emergency Room Nurse

You can send your submissions to mj.finn at hotmail dot com or use Blog Carnival.

By nurses, about nurses and for nurses – I’m working on my submission now!

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Blogger

I thought I’d introduce the latest member of the family.

This is Blogger T. Squirrel, a young squirrel that has taken residence in my backyard. He is fearless. He hangs out with my cats. My cats don’t bother him – if they get too close (closer than a foot), Blogger yells at them and they back off.

He is so young he doesn’t know to be afraid!

We discovered him the other day when my two BIG dogs were nose-to-nose with him at the fence!

He now eats official “Squirrel Chow”, has a tiny water bowl and my husband put a squirrel bed in the tree.

Oh, and I have met his mother. Last August, she would come down the avocado tree and chew out my dogs who were lounging on the other side of the yard and give a piece of her mind to any cat that would come within her sight.

Blogger is quite the cool dude squirrel. Hope he stays!

One Comment


  • AlisonH

    October 2, 2007 at 5:59 pm

    But can you teach him to eat the whole bleeping apple he picked from the tree? He can eat it in the leaves. He can eat it in the trees. He can eat the whole thing, pretty please. Just leave me some apples in my trees.


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