Don't Curse the Nurse!

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Ten Reasons You Should Read My Blog

on July 31, 2016
  1. I make a solemn oath not to gross you out with any vivid description of body excrement or organs pulled from open incisions.
  2. When I digress into random musings and come up with poetry, it’s rare. And, that’s good. My poetry leaves much to be desired.
  3. Somewhere in here is good advice about how to prepare for your colonoscopy, haha.
  4. I will only make fun of myself, not my patients.
  5. I reveal at least two good secrets.
  6. This is your chance to see what makes a nurse tick.
  7. I may take care of you someday; complimenting my writing will get you everywhere.
  8. Surfing the Web will give you Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, I swear, it will. This is better.
  9. People think nurses are always so serious. Read some of my posts. I’ll prove that theory  wrong.
  10. And #10, my mother says it’s good, and she’s a tough critic. If she likes it, you should too.

19 responses to “Ten Reasons You Should Read My Blog

  1. I love your blog! It’s an amazing little thing you have going on here, and I love reading what you write. It resonates with me, and inspires me! 🙂 I hope one day I’m as good of a nurse as you are!

  2. K Burrowsfield says:

    Oh! I LOVE your ten reasons!



  3. Dee says:

    Hilarious!!! What great reasons although as a fellow nurse I enjoy the “inner details”….hahahahaha

  4. I make a solemn oath not to gross you out with any vivid description of body excrement or organs pulled from open incisions. – How disappointing… 😣

  5. Mothers are the best critics! 😉

  6. You won me over with the seventh reason. People always assume that I’m gonna die alone cause I rather hang out with cats than with people, so I might need someone to take care of me afterall.

  7. Thank you for visiting my blog. I am always happy to see nurses blogging. You are supporting the role of nurses and promoting our visibility. I look forward to reading your future posts.

    • Susan says:

      I’m flattered ! The posts are light and I sometimes chastise myself that they are not more educational, but that’s just me being somewhat critical of myself ( a weakness I always have to work on).

  8. We don’t need heavy educational input when we can enjoy sharing the life of an authentic human being doing what they do best–being themselves. Thanks for being who you are.

  9. lovetotsy says:

    Well, I can’t very well turn down a good read.

  10. Jim says:

    my Momma was an LPN and tough as nails. so I have an inkling of what makes a nurse tick. now if your Momma says it’s good, then who am I to argue with her?

  11. Haalah says:

    Well, If mama says its good…..

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