Hey! My nursing school did not have a jukebox!
For you young ‘uns who think music has always come out of an iPod, you put your quarter in the machine and chose one or two songs for it to play (via vinyl 45s).
I looked up the American Top 40 for my nursing school graduation date. The closest I could find was July 8, 1978
Here were the top five songs: (a) Shadow Dancing by Andy Gibb – oh HELL yeah! (b) Baker Street by Gerry Rafferty – sax to DIE for; (c) Take a Chance on Me by Abba – Zofran required; (d) Use Ta Be My Girl by the O’Jays – uh, no; and (e) Still the Same by Bob Seger – rockin’!
I wonder what year it was and what these nurses listened to that day?
Have a post – send it to me! It’s carnival time at Emergiblog!
I’m still accepting submissions for the next Change of Shift on Thursday! I know it’s summer and I know it’s nice out but the nursing blogosphere is still hopping (I know, I’m reading your stuff!).
And hey, docs, how about some nurse related posts from you, too! And patients, I know you have some nurse stories. I’ll even print the ones that will curl our hair! Use the Blog Carnival button or the “Contact” button up top.
And speaking of patients, the Patients for a Moment blog carnival is up at Adventures of a Funky Heart (nice job, Steve!). I will be hosting the patient blog carnival here on August 26th – so come one, come all – the only theme is that of being/caring for/living with patients! Again, the “Contact” button will land those submissions right in my mail box.