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Joined Jul 11, '05.
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I am so so sorry for your loss. You are in my thoughts and prayers. May your most cherished memories comfort you in your darkest moments.
Why do kids feel like they have to change perfectly intact band-aids that were applied at home as soon as they get to school??? And why do their teachers agree???
These are the questions that haunt me.
Borrow one from the nurse. You know she's got like five in her drawer.
I'm not borrowing one from her, you sicko!
Well, some people do. Others sit at the cool kids' table.
EDIT: *cool kidz
Would you like to suggest appropriate work wear to her as well, OldDude?
It IS dry lips week!!
I've been doing the Napoleon Dynamite line every day, "My lips are KILLING me! Gah!"
Haven't we all?
Yes, lots of chapped lips, but I've also had a lot of "my nose is stuffy." Here's a Kleenex, blow. Wash hands. Bye.
This time of year I wish we could just install a Vaseline lick on the playground!
Next week, yes?
Everybody is a School Nurse......until they see blood or vomit.....then YOU are the expert !! So over controlling teachers who are all up in your business .
it's a regular occurance that i can't get one of my regular subs in. At the very least, i have convinced my district that having a call in agency as a back up plan is a good contingency plan, albeit expensive. They don't like it, but the children get their trips covered and should the day come that i'm puking at 3 am, i have someone i can call that will send a "warm body with a RN" to fill my spot.
I want to be a school nurse so I can I can wear pink and hang out with cool kids. And make fetch happen :-)
We saw your hiney, OldDude. You don't have to lose weight.
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