Don't Curse the Nurse!

Sharing support with stories & humor

Why Blog?

I want to tell some stories.

There will be those that will make you laugh, some that make you go Really, you’re a nurse? Some might make you cry.

I can get cheeky, usually when I’ve worked too much overtime, but for the most part, I am a genuinely sincere person. I’ve even been told I’m a little too sincere.

Thanks for visiting and I hope you stay!

Susan


5 responses to “Why Blog?

  1. Sounds about right to me. 🙂 I am going to steal this answer.

  2. Well Thanks to the commenter above me is the reason you may have found my blog! LOL. Mr. OM is a cool dude! Thanks for visiting my recovery blog! I see you have your Goodreads Book List here, and I book promote for myself, and for many fine new authors.

    So stop my OTHER blog sometime to find a great new read to add to your list on GR! http://anauthorandwriterinprogress.wordpress.com
    “Lyon Book & Social Media Promotions” 🙂

    Thanks again,
    Author, Catherine Lyon 🙂

  3. Love love love your blog! I’m new to this and just wondered if you had any tips for a newbie? x

    • Susan says:

      Gosh, I’m flattered ! To be asked for advise …well, I can only tell you when I lose interest in reading someone’s post: If it’s incredibly negative, if it’s real long, or if there is no self reflection. I’m a curious person so I like it when people share, but I love it when people tell me what they learned , or learned about themselves. And a post that makes me laugh – fantastic!

      Don’t edit yourself too much. This space is for you!

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