What does your post name reflect about you? - page 9

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  1. by   CCU NRS
    alas mine too is simple I have always loved CCU I was an LVN Texas moved to OK LPN and Now RN so I feel that Nurse NRS pretty well sums it up. CCU NRS although that was taken for privacey plate I got my third choice GR8RN was also taken so My license plate is xprtnrs! which most people that see it translate to ex partners which is ok wih me I think it may be better if people don't get it I know what it means.
  2. by   nurse 4 christ
    mine is easy to see! I am a male nurse lpn who uses all the talents GOD has given me to use.I have been in the right place at the right time for a number of pt's and have helped save their lives. I believe that I am a tool of GOD and that he gives me knowledge and skills to do what he wants me to do. I also give compassion that at times is above what is called for and to help settle a pt or family member down. God has given me a talent that I give him all praise and credit for. I also share with pt's that I believe in GOD and that he works miracles for all and is the divine healer of all who believe in him. With him I cannot go wrong. I prey that all of you do the same as me and for those who do not believe that you will soon realize that he is good and will help you in any situation. work can be fun and rewarding. even though it is very stressfull at times.GOD relieves all stress for me. GOD be with you all!!!
  3. by   angelbear
    I adore and collect angels and bears. That is just me.
  4. by   bungy
    Quote from Loppear
    Mine is a play on words..........when I was little my Grandfather called my his Bunny. It stuck and that was my nickname.........so I just took a type of bunny, which also plays on my last name............voila..........Loppear!
    Mine comes from a rabbit-related nickname, too! My husband and I started calling each other Bungy Rabbit when we first started seeing each other over 14 years ago. It stuck so I tend to use it a lot for Web-related things. The name has evolved, mind you. It's become Bungy-Heart Love-Rabbit.
    Does anyone want an emesis basin?
  5. by   psychonurse
    Well I have always been told "you don't have to be crazy to work here but it helps" I work in a 1600 bed male prison in Oregon and so that is why I am psycho.... When I am in other chat rooms or somewhere online playing cards or games people will say to me..."do you take care of psychos or are you one yourself?" and I always tell them...."Guess.." :chuckle
  6. by   Stephanie D
    My post name is my real name - Stephanie D.
  7. by   eltrip
    Quote from vwgirl
    I drive a 1978 bile green VW Bus, which I love dearly. I love it so much, I even had it tatooed on my right thigh. Ok, so I'm a little bizarre, but someone has to be, right?
    Not bizarre at all! I have a log-in name for the VW club website of jettamom. VW's are cool!

    My name on the BB is my maiden name (Pirtle) spelled backwards. I didn't feel like I fit in with my family when I was a teen & chose it as my special moniker.
  8. by   Streamlined
    Mine is a reference to my favorite pastime--swimming. And swimming is the most fitting metaphor for life in general: you need to be smooth, be efficient, make every stroke count, make no waves or energy-wasting splashing, be mindful of the other swimmers yet blissfully absorbed in your own work-out. Just like in your nursing job you want to accomplish alot with the most efficent and conservative output of energy. Streamlined in when you are long, smooth, solitary, strong. I can dream, can't I?
  9. by   kwagner_51
    ]When I was 1 day short of 11, my all time favorite TV show premeired. On January 15, 1972 EMERGENCY! started a 6 yr. run

    The only thing that reflects this in my sign on name is the 51. My sounds for opening, closing etc on my pc has Johnny, Roy and Cap. Also NURSE Dixie McCall.

    Johnny says "Squad 51 returning to quarters."

    Roy says "LA, Squad 51 available."

    Cap says "Station 51 KMG 365"

    And Dixie says, " How come we always blame the computer? It only does what people tell it to do."

    It was EMERGENCY! that got me interested in medicine. That show helped me to deal with my mother's placenta previa in Feb. and May of that yr. My sister was born on May 31 1972, and my mother is now 72. Roy and Johnny taught me how to critically think my way through problems. My mother's problems taught me to deal with massive amounts of blood at a very young age.

    I was going to be a paramedic but my 3 y/o nephew died from crush injuries in Nov. 1977 and I quickly shoved my dream to the far recesses of my mind. I tried again to become a paramedic in 2001, but realized that I couldn't take the aderneline [sp?] rush. I need to KNOW what I am dealing with, I don't like surprises.

    I finally found EMERGENCY! on tape and got my first 2 tapes within the last 2 months.
    I use these tapes and the ones I taped when EMERGENCY! was on TV Land, to relax after studying for nursing tests. It is interesting to see how much of the medical jargon I understand from the show.

    For example, last night a child OD'ed on phenabarbitol and I knew what it was!!

    Because EMERGENCY! got me interested in my chosen career, I use this sign on name for all my BB's.

    Sorry this is so long and sappy but that is why there is a _51 after my name.
  10. by   CCU NRS
    Quote from kwagner_51
    ]When I was 1 day short of 11, my all time favorite TV show premeired. On January 15, 1972 EMERGENCY! started a 6 yr. run

    The only thing that reflects this in my sign on name is the 51. My sounds for opening, closing etc on my pc has Johnny, Roy and Cap. Also NURSE Dixie McCall.

    Johnny says "Squad 51 returning to quarters."

    Roy says "LA, Squad 51 available."

    Cap says "Station 51 KMG 365"

    And Dixie says, " How come we always blame the computer? It only does what people tell it to do."

    It was EMERGENCY! that got me interested in medicine. That show helped me to deal with my mother's placenta previa in Feb. and May of that yr. My sister was born on May 31 1972, and my mother is now 72. Roy and Johnny taught me how to critically think my way through problems. My mother's problems taught me to deal with massive amounts of blood at a very young age.

    I was going to be a paramedic but my 3 y/o nephew died from crush injuries in Nov. 1977 and I quickly shoved my dream to the far recesses of my mind. I tried again to become a paramedic in 2001, but realized that I couldn't take the aderneline [sp?] rush. I need to KNOW what I am dealing with, I don't like surprises.

    I finally found EMERGENCY! on tape and got my first 2 tapes within the last 2 months.
    I use these tapes and the ones I taped when EMERGENCY! was on TV Land, to relax after studying for nursing tests. It is interesting to see how much of the medical jargon I understand from the show.

    For example, last night a child OD'ed on phenabarbitol and I knew what it was!!

    Because EMERGENCY! got me interested in my chosen career, I use this sign on name for all my BB's.

    Sorry this is so long and sappy but that is why there is a _51 after my name.
    Hey I would like to have those sound files if you know how to send them I am listed on my profile you can send email to me from there.
  11. by   nurseshanti
    shanti means 'peace' in Hindi. I spent a fair bit of time working and travelling in India, around when I turned 21 and it was a huge part of 'growing up' for me. I learned a lot about myself and about people and about the world around me. I also really try to embody peacefulness in day-to-day life.

    And the nurse part, well that's kind of self-explanatory I guess
  12. by   tylerlvn
    Hargrove is my last name and I have three kids. Counting me, dh & kids ... we are hargrove5.
  13. by   WhiteCaps
    A double meaning here. No, I don't wear a white cap, but I'm a nurse
    who loves the beach!

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