Glad its friday!!

  1. This week has been very cold. All I have been hearing is complaints of how cold it is. Yes its cold, but how often does it need to be mentioned in one conversation.

    I'm soo glad its friday!! Its has been a long week. I went back to school full time. My employer is paying for it and paying for my salary.

    I'm not used to getting up early five days in a row, and traveling for an hour on the subway train and bus to get to school. I'm pretty worn out.

    Anyways, I thought I could just get that out of my system.

    I'm trying to relax this evening. it's not easy.

    :chuckle
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  2. 7 Comments

  3. by   hapeewendy
    awwww quit yer b'ing and complaining
    remember it could always be worse
    you could be trapped at your old workplace , you know the one that I still work at
    so yeah how bout that windchill! hehe
    I'm gonna hafta pick you up and drag u out sometime girl.... you need a drink baaaaaaaaad
    unfortunately I'm el sicko so I'm sitting at home on a friday night sipping tea with my trusty box of kleenex nearby...
    take care bud
  4. by   Little One2
    Your are quite right Wendy. I need to quit complaining. But when you hear the complaining all day and all week, the complaining gets to you after awhile. I took the opportunity to complain here instead of keeping it all bottle up inside.

    uh yes my old workplace. I remember. Don't think I will ever forget. It was an eye opener. I missed it so much I was crazy enough to think why I didn't stay on a casual basis.

    Sorry to hear or read you are under the weather. I would of loved to go out and see a movie. I hope you feel well soon. I can just imagine what the UA will think. (What, you are sick again!! The young nurses are always calling in sick, the old nurses come to work with colds and etc. She actually said this to someone. ) Anyways, it doesn't matter what she thinks.

    I have a suggestion, since you might be looking for a new employer, take a look at the university health network. They are involved in research, education, and other things. You can transfer to different areas of the hospital. There are many opportunities. Talk to other nurses who work there. Check out the website.
  5. by   Uptoherern
    gosh...I live in AZ, today is Jan 24th, and it was 80 degrees today. How I long for those cold -30 degree windchill factor days! oooo and clouds...I miss those clouds! and rain, and snow and sleet. I am sad.

    BTW......the nursing shortage here is about the worst in the nation, so there are plenty of jobs available......hint.
  6. by   Reabock
    erdiane, Keep talking! After this winter, I think you may have a lot of transplants to warmer areas, I know that I am heartily sick of it right now. BTW, hows the cost of living there?
  7. by   hapeewendy
    I'm taking notes
    no worries
    everything you write about travelling or different facilities is being placed somewhere in my mind
    to call upon soon

    and you know my schedule friend and have my number , so gimme a call, even if it is just to B*tch
  8. by   RNforLongTime
    Originally posted by erdiane
    gosh...I live in AZ, today is Jan 24th, and it was 80 degrees today. How I long for those cold -30 degree windchill factor days! oooo and clouds...I miss those clouds! and rain, and snow and sleet. I am sad.

    BTW......the nursing shortage here is about the worst in the nation, so there are plenty of jobs available......hint.

    Oh honey, come to Northeast Ohio or Northwest Pennsylvania. It was 5 degrees out yesterday and that didn't include the windchill factor. I'd love to be in AZ now!

    I hear some places in the Phoenix area are offering $10,000 sign -on bonuses and that AZ is a walk-through state for obtaining a nursing license. My hubby has a friend that lives just outside of Phoenix. It's too far away for me though. I'd get homesick, not of the cold and snow but I'd miss my mom and sister and nieces as we are VERY close!
  9. by   Little One2
    These places sound great. Maybe in the near future I will considering checking it out.

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