tigermisu:

mario party more like if you steal one more of my stars i’ll fucking murder you


iwunurse2013:

I’m sorry to burst anyone’s bubble, but please do not mistake the big H on the hospital for meaning hotel. Because we’re not a place to get free things for every member of your family. We are here to care for patients and get you out the door and back home as soon as possible.

preach it


I actually had time to eat tonight!

iwunurse2013:

Because I only had 6 patients! I can’t even begin to explain how nice it is to have less than 9 after being loaded down with 8-9 patients every night recently. Thank you sweet baby Jesus!

Holy hell that many our pt. max is no more than 7 that’s gotta be against some law or other.


fableprincess:

Reblog if you like Dragon Age II just as much if not more than Dragon Age: Origins.

Just want to know how many of us there are.


orlesianscum:

what if there’s a final night scene with cullen where he asks femquisitor to be careful and then kisses her green hand and she promises she will, but at the end of the game there’s a shot of him hunched over her dead body in the middle of a barren battle field with only a few surviving companions looking on and as the camera moves closer, you can barely hear at first but he’s singing her a good-bye ballad

Thats not okay man.


iron-bae:

CULLEN

 


nihongogogo:

lang-8.com is well known amongst intermediate/advanced language learners who are self-taught, but I thought I’d explain it for beginners. It is an amazingly useful site where you can blog or upload any text you’ve written in the language you’re learning. Many people use it as a diary, though I’ve seen people check essays and business emails there too.

Once the text is uploaded native speakers of the language will check it for you. You return the favour by checking pieces of work written in your native language and correcting them. In this way everyone gets their work marked by a native speaker (often more than one person contributes so you can get several opinions too).

It is massively helpful in improving all aspects of writing, but natural usage in particular (notoriously difficult for self learners to pick up when they are not in a native environment).


when your totally fine patient all of a sudden goes into respiratory distress

nurseeyeroll:

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Happened last night.


nursegif:

TRYING TO REMAIN CALM DURING A HECTIC DAY

Hell the fucking yes.


Me driving home from work at 8am after a long night shift.

mydaywasworsethanyours:

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So sleepy


ryudrave:

drmarymalone:

ryudrave:

Dragon protecting princesses because of abusive parents or forced marrying.

the dragon teaching princess how to protect herself, princess returning home riding her trusty dragon friend and killing everyone who tries to control her

Princess taking over throne and dragon continues to be loyal friend. Burning everyone and everything that disagrees with her.


When you walk into a patient’s room who has C. diff

nursing-assistant-problems:

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