Ugh! I swear to all things sacred that it must be a full moon (or some equally strange superstitious whickety-woo). Not that anyone could tell without looking at a calender...unless one looks our ED. Or our floors. I do believe I should have worn my rollerblades to work. Or at least car-jacked my dad's Rascal. Complete with red streamers. Yes, I put them on. No, the bike horn was not
LOL, I knew a CT fellow that would do rounds on rollerblades. He got away with it for a while, that is, until someone made an issue of it with admin. Funny and cool dude too. I love working with people like that. They make the job so much better.
Chessy, maybe you could just pretend you are on rollerblades or flittering from patient to patient like a sprite. You could do that whole imaginary thing like JD on Scrubs.
I usually like being busy, b/c I tend to be a little hyper, and I get antsy when things get too slow--not that I can't find other things to do--it's just tough doing those 12+ hour night shifts when they drag. Either that, or they drag until 3am, which is when night shift starts to hit me physically. Of course, it's not unusal for something to comes up, and then you just got to put it in full gear. Worst is getting hit with crap an hour or less before end of shift. It's funny how I am usually alright until 0300-0400. And at that time, I really don't want to do caffeine, b/c it will definitely affect my sleep.
BTW, science continues to say the whole full moon thing isn't true; but I just don't believe em. I've worked too many crazy full moons. Mere coincidence...hmmm...maybe so, maybe not.
Last edit by samadams8 on Feb 8, '13
: Reason: just cuz