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


7 responses to “Why Blog?

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

  2. Author Catherine Townsend-Lyon says:

    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!

  4. Wemenblogs says:

    Wanna more know about what you’ve to share!

    • Susan says:

      My entries have slowed down this last year partially due to increased work responsibilities and a back that I”ll do anything to improve except have back surgery. Check out the tag cloud on the right hand side of my home page. And most importantly, Thank you for the visit !

      I really try to focus on sharing my patient experiences and some of the quirky experiences with coworkers and some physicians.

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