This is more like a “so, how was your week, honey”
MONDAY: got up really early, bc my children wanted to surprise their dad on his birthday. So we went to his house to have breakfast. I had a day off, so I could drive the daughters to school after breakfast... UNTIL: my phone buzzed, and I recieved a text message: hello sleepyhead, are you sleeping? We are missing you here at work” I was like: WRAAAAH!!! I really thought I had the day off- since I haven’t mentioned anything about it in my calender. Well I came to work one hour late that monday... great!
TUESDAY: went to work in time! Had a very tricky biopsy in a brain very deep, so it took more than 3 hours to do that. After that plenty of “other” surgery, and home from work 22:45...
WEDNESDAY: up again very early - this time I really had a day off. Drove to Germany 7:30 to do some shopping with my friend. Shopped all day, and was home in Denmark again 21:00
YESTERDAY: first normal day in this week with normal work, coming home before it went dark, taking a very needed nap. Eating and went to bed before midnight!
TODAY: having the day off. Waiting for my mom to call because I might have to pick her up, and take her to the hospital. Having a meeting in the school board, which I’m a part of. Attending a concert with Ice Age right after the meeting, continue meeting tomorrow at 8:00-12:00
The rest of the weekend, I’m not doing anything besides reading, eating and sleeping!
See you on the other side - which seems just as busy...
Crap but thanks for asking and I'm now lying like a bug in a rug in the middle of my feather bed all comfy and cozy and yes it's a fake featherbed so don't get all Peta on me.
good to hear it Pip...I just saw a post yesterday all about the cruelty of feathered pillows...they pluck live birds you know so that they can re grow the feathers and be plucked again and again...if that's true anyway: I've not checked it out...I always thought it was, you know, the usual of slaughter the bird for the meat and just use up some feathers while they're there but that was probably naive of me...anyway...not the kind of thing that you want to hear when your not well...Get well soon and enjoy the snug feeling
Well yesterday evening, while I was standing in the middle of an acute surgery, her trainer called, that she has crashed from a pyramide at cheer leading and hit her back and her head bad... Home in a hurry as soon we finished the surgery, and saw that she actually was quite okay. We went to bed and I woke her up at 2 in the night to check she was okay Got called 4:15 bc some guy tried to commit suicide by shooting himself in the forehead with a nail gun...
When we were done, I had to grocery shop for my daughters b-day later.
Now the guests have left, and I’m waiting for pizza... I’m a little tired now...
Can we talk about how I yesterday tried to lock my door with the car key? Imaging me pointing at the door while clicking at it with the car key...
Can we also talk about how I a few minuttes later was pulling and pulling the door to my car while thinking it wouldn’t open, because it was frozen, when the truth is, that it was still locked?
Hello! I’m a professional health care person, I take care of ill people, and I’m also responsible for two children and serveral animals... In my spare time I try to lock doors by using my car key, and I try to open locked doors with my bare hands... Can someone please call an adult?
Was on call, and I was number 2, which means that I’m only going to the hospital, if there is a surgery that requires two persons.
At 17:30 my colleague called me, and said that a patient needed to get the pressure in the brain messured, and she thought it would be a good idea if I went to the hospital and did it, because she ment it would be a good learning situation for me (even though it actually was HER who had to do it, because she was number 1), and I’m sure it didn’t have anything to do with the fact that it was sunday about dinner time... (irony here...)
I said that I actually had done it many times before, so there wouldn’t be any learning in it for me, but she insisted. So I did it.
“Unfortunately” (for my colleague) the patient’s intercraniel preassure was very high, so we had to drain her from brain fluid, which requires two persons, so she had to come anyway.
But she has no right to order me to the hospital, but since I’m rather new, I didn’t say no, of course. But I still think it wasn’t okay!