Welcome to your new U.K. Nurses forum - page 3

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  1. by   donmurray
    Some Dorset Lardy cake with that? or a piece of Selkirk Bannock?
  2. by   karenG
    oh can i have the bannock- cant get them here!!!


    Karen
  3. by   Whisper
    Wow, I only went a way for a little while.... and the UK has its own thread!!

    Do I need my passport to get in
  4. by   Janey
    Thank you Brian
    Delighted to see a UK forum, I'm off to read other postings.
  5. by   karenG
    hey Whisper
    you dont need a passport- just to be a tea drinker!!! and its great to have our own place where we can talk in code!


    Karen
  6. by   Whisper
    But I don't like tea!

    If you are all having tea, I'll stick to the scone and clotted cream
  7. by   karenG
    suppose you could have coffee if you want...........and who said anything about scone and clotted cream, but its a good idea!

    Karen
  8. by   Whisper
    Tea always equals food in my mind... and I was hungry when I wrote the last message.

    I had to have a late lunch as my friend (tried) to cook toad in the hole, and the first attempt, rose to the top of the oven and became cremated, so I had to wait a nother hour for hte second attempt!
  9. by   ScottieRN
    Hello to all you brits

    Does coming from Scotland count. I have lived in the States for 30 yrs but, I still miss it. I want to play too!!!!!!!
  10. by   Kaylesh
    Hiya,
    Last I checked Scotland is still part of the UK :-).... I am from Massachusetts but have been living and working here in Scotland since 7/99. Welcome to the forum.
    Kay(Kaylesh)
  11. by   imeejon
    Well, I was planning on raising the subject of nurses pay rise, or rather the lack of it,but I seem to have arrived at tea-break so I will come back later!
  12. by   ScottieRN
    Hi Kaylesh,

    I see that you like living in Scotland. I miss it so much sometimes. My whole family pretty much are all still there. I am however, planning a trip this summer. It is still a ways off yet but, looking forward to it. I see you are hailing from FIfe. I grew up in the big city of Glasgow. Thanks for the welcome to this forum. I will be back often to be sure.
  13. by   lisamct
    Welcome ScottieRN, I did my nurse training in Glasgow and live in Kilmarnock which isnt too far away.Hope you get your trip planned for the summer, you cant beat a few weeks of good old scottish weather!!
    Lisa

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