June 26, 2008, 10:43 am

A Little Bit o’ Linking and a Lot of Rock and Roll

What does this man, Jeff Scott Soto, have to do with this nursing blog?

Well, today he has everything to do with it!

Tomorrow I’ll be seeing him at the Independent in San Francisco only to fly to Burbank on Saturday to see him at Palladinos in Tarzana.

Hey, every now and then I get to live the rock-groupie dream and this is one of those times.

So, the Saint of Scheduling Miracles for my shift managed to arrange a full eight days off for me, with my JSS tour smack in the middle of it!

This means that I have a ton of time to update my links and do some Emergiblog housekeeping!

So, if I don’t have you linked or you have a new web address, shoot me an email.

I’m also working on my Change of Shift email list, so if you aren’t on that and want to be, let me know.

As for regular housekeeping, well, let’s just say I’m using avoidance behavior by sitting here at Border’s in a nice, cushy chair with a cinnamon latte.

Rock goddesses don’t clean house!

With any luck I’ll have a new photo of Jeff and I when I get back!

(Apparently the word has gotten around Starbucks that the more comfortable the chair, the longer the person sits in it. Every one of “my” Starbucks has replaced their plush chairs with hard-cushioned torture seats. A girl’s gotta hit a Borders for a decent blogging chair!)


Emergiblog has been nominated in the 2008 Blogger’s Choice Awards!
How do I know this? I nominated it!

Okay, I got the idea from my blogging colleague over at The Nurse Practitioner’s Place – gotta give credit where it is due!

You can vote here. You can even nominate your own blog like I did!

Just click on “Comment and Vote” and then do a search for “Emergiblog”.

There are about a bazillion blogs nominated, but I would appreciate any votes you might want to send my way. (And I get to put this cool badge on the blog, too!)

One Comment

  • NPs Save Lives

    June 29, 2008 at 12:16 pm

    You vote for me and I’ll vote for you! Ha.Ha. We all need to support each other with whatever endeavors be it sponsors or adsense etc. to help offset the costs of schooling.Sounds like a blogpost coming!

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