A word to the new, the inexperienced, the overwhelmed and the mystified A word to the new, the inexperienced, the overwhelmed and the mystified - pg.4 | allnurses

A word to the new, the inexperienced, the overwhelmed and the mystified - page 4

We all have bad days. I remember when I was new, bright eyed, bushy tailed, rampantly sarcastic (look, some things never change, alright?) and I used to look about and wonder why in the world it... Read More

  1. Visit  amygarside profile page
    #39 1
    Great reading material, a pick me up piece when someone feels down and having a bad day! Love it!
  2. Visit  teeniebert profile page
    #40 2
    Great article; I love your metaphors; Please post a coffee spew warning at the top of your next piece.
  3. Visit  sapphire18 profile page
    #41 4
    "Only *real* nurses have worn the mesh panties"!!!
  4. Visit  cardiacrocks profile page
    #42 2
    You should write a book, I'm sitting here cracking up, and can actually picture everyone starring and laughing at your torn pants. What a day, you poor thing. You rock! I love your sense of humor, I also have a good sense of humor it is what makes me survive. I use to waitress for well lets just say a long time. One time on a busy hot summer afternoon at a high end restaurant I might add, I was loading up a tray of dirty dishes, well low and behold I tried with all might to get that tray up in the air and OH YEA you guessed it, I dropped the whole tray. Every customer was starring at me, I just took a bow and said I'm here most nights for this act, please come back and visit anytime. They all applauded, I laughed as well. Then I had help from other staff and we cleaned up the mess. I wasn't embarrassed, we all have moments like these, we have to grin and bare it, it's what gets through those tough times.
  5. Visit  jnurse13 profile page
    #43 1
    Awesome story. Enjoyed reading it as my professor talks about how to perform a community health assessment
  6. Visit  itsnowornever profile page
    #44 1
    You are an amazing writer! From a newbie who often wonders "How do they no freak out"....Thank you!
  7. Visit  royhanosn profile page
    #45 2
    WELCOME...to the real world. You WILL mature, and develope a thick skin. No matter whether your dealing with a irate patient, staff or manager...flip them the bird behind their back. lol
  8. Visit  modgoth1 profile page
    #46 1
    Fabulous post. I really enjoyed reading it. I SO LOVE the line " I pretend therefore I am." Love it!
  9. Visit  icelind profile page
    #47 1
    Such a great read! I'm not a nurse yet (currently in the process of applying for school) and work at an outpatient clinic. I am very much looking forward to someday having tales such as these... maybe sans the shredded pants.
  10. Visit  KayRN1 profile page
    #48 1
    I loved it!! Thank you for sharing your story! Truely inspiring!
  11. Visit  Dpeterson777 profile page
    #49 1
    THANK YOU FOR THIS!! I am fairly new in a busy ER and feel like this a lot of times! Each day is a learning experience and you really do have to just sit back and laugh sometimes! I loved your post, it was very encouraging and uplifting! Makes me feel good that other people have crazy days too!
  12. Visit  sapphire18 profile page
    #50 3
    Sometimes, if you don't laugh, you'll cry- so just laugh!
  13. Visit  CountyRat profile page
    #51 1
    Quote from nrsang97
    CP,

    My pants fell down at work one night. Not only was a mortally embarassed, but I had the joy of overhearing 2 male co workers ask another male co worker what kind of underwear I was wearing a few days later. Boy to their surprise I came out of the supply room and answered them and laughing about it. I was pregnant and wearing an abdominal binder and I didn't feel the pants fall until it was too late LOL. I have a good sense of humor and laughed about it.
    I am deffinately going to look for a new job. We do not have anything close to the fun you guys seem to have at work!


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