Don't Curse the Nurse!

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Because I’m a list maker

on July 7, 2020

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Lately peers have become quite bold in asking someone else to cover their call. I’m so dumbfounded that anyone would randomly think a peer would like to take ‘call’ for surgical services and be tied to home, the phone, and the possible need to get to the hospital, so…I’ve created a list of responses.

I’m going to try each one out until people realize how silly it is to ask meΒ  ( emergencies, I get that – I’d be all on board with helping)

This list is for the people that believe, because I’m a team player, I have some unusual desire to cancel my personal plans and sit home with clean scrubs draped over a chair waiting to be thrown on.

So

I’ll take your call…

after I have an un-sedated colonoscopy.

after President Trump and Nancy Pelosi go out to dinner together

after Mc Donald’s goes out of business.

when all the Kardashian’s are married.

when our National Debt is under a million.

and last but not least,

when Brad gets a break from movie making and calls me.

I’ll start with the third one.

Don’t want to come across too snarky.

 

 

 


6 responses to “Because I’m a list maker

  1. CarolCooks2 says:

    Love it! I also hear you one of my best friends was a nursing sister so I know and trust me she had her retorts but didn’t worry about the narky bit….Bless her πŸ™‚

    • Susan says:

      Tell your friend a fellow nurse says “Hello” and keep up the spicy retorts to unrealistic requests!

      • CarolCooks2 says:

        I will but I do think its the curse for many professions..can you just cut my charlies fringe…? or take this little bit in on my dress when really they want the whole dress remodeled free gratis….sigh….stay well and safe and thank you πŸ™‚

  2. Abhinav says:

    Im late to read this, but it cracked me up! Nice to read something refreshing.

  3. Rivergirl says:

    These are all perfectly reasonable responses. Please let us know when Brad calls….
    πŸ˜‰

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