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- Jan 2, '09 by yalienneCUPIDS have you ever heard of them?
- Jan 4, '09 by nrsang97Quote from StudentSpouseI'm not eating leftovers at your house
We use clean wash basins to put food out in all the time for potlucks. We use clean bed pans for popcorn or a clean wash basin. We are deffinately creative.
- Jan 5, '09 by berrycometQuote from rbezemekHAHAHAHAHA. Nice!!night nurses are even better
+never have to buy them fancy clothes 'cause they're either in scrubs or pajamas
+always available to do those 'little chores' during the day - like taking the car in for service
- Jan 9, '09 by Not_A_Hat_PersonThey know where to find pillows in the ER (I've had to do this).
You will never have to buy pens or tape.
Who else will help you change and empty your foley bag? (I've done this, too)
- Jan 9, '09 by redfoxLPNWho else is going to convince the mother-in-law she should go to the hospital after not being able to walk for a week. (Did this last week) And the listeneing to her complain becouse her "bones are rubbing together." (her words) If you're going to complain use the right words. Then she wants to know what the Dr wrote on the paper. If you don't know ask the DR. OK I'll get off my soapbox now.
- Jan 13, '09 by CallinurseWow, I never thought my restraint skills would be used at home.
I might have to try this one.
- Jan 14, '09 by tmwhalensI agree that nurses are beautiful people. My wife sure is!
- Jan 15, '09 by Baloney AmputationI'm a nurse married to a nurse, so let's see...
He compliments my veins.
He cleans puke from our little girls.
We can eat lunch over an in-depth conversation about C. diff.
I can talk to him about everything, and he will approach it in a very clinical manner.
He told me once that, when I spilled a little MOM on me, that his cologne smelled like that, too. He was serious. I about peed my pants.
I can send him to the store for pads and tampons. He doesn't flinch.
He has me make him scrub shirts for work for the weekends when they can wear not all whites. His favorite is this shirt with chickens all over it. I think it's adorable.
He works around many other women, but I know who he loves.
But some things will never be funny per se--a gentleman resident who was with it was eating less and less, but he had one favorite food--oyster stew. My husband made him up some in our own kitchen complete with half and half and whole milk to richen it up. Hubby hates oyster stew, but he had to sample it to get the taste just right. So when he brought it to the resident, the resident was a bit misty-eyed--and ate it all. That's one story of many of what I love about him.
Things like this are why I love my nursey nurse husband. Awwwww....