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People Who Share Your Journey
Posted On 05/29/2015 05:23:09 by dgfowler1960
Friday, May 29, 2015

Have you ever thought about your journey and how you are going to get there? Are you going on your own or are you bringing other people with you?

If you are doing it by yourself you may be struggling harder than you have to. Who doesn't like a word of encouragement? I know I do. Our families and friends can provide us with those much needed phrases. Something as simple as "You've got this" could mean the diffe... Read More



Have You Heard from ???
Posted On 04/13/2015 09:12:29 by Jane
I am certain I am not the only person - there must be more folks, who miss their blogs, stories, contacts. But, how do we find out if they are "there" - in cyber space, somewhere, some country? Are they ill, busy with their lives, taking trips, etc? How do we know? I have "met" via NOAH and known them by what they write for us.I have enjoyed hearing of vacations, families, remembered events and/or life experiences, tales that cause one to smile, while reading them. If the reader is less active t... Read More



The Arbitration Board
Posted On 03/02/2015 05:40:29 by yourchoice
In my last blog, “Home Is The Nurses’ Residence”, I wrote about the residence privileges and curfew rules that we learned to live with. The Arbitration Board was one experience none of us ever wanted to go through. It seemed that no excuse was acceptable… and there were consequences. Well, perhaps there was the occasional exception!It was the summer of our first year of training when I met Joe, a friend of my next door classmate’s boyfriend. He telephoned me several times, but a date s... Read More



Home is the Nurses’ Residence
Posted On 02/26/2015 23:06:22 by yourchoice
Growing up on a farm without a brother or a sister, entertaining myself with my dog and my horse, it still was a very lonely childhood for me. I had more friends when we moved to the city, but the best experience for me was moving into the Nurses’ Residence. There were 91 girls in my class, and we lived together, worked together, and partied together, and when needed, there was always a shoulder to cry on. It didn’t take very long for us newbies to develop a real ‘sisterhood’.We ate... Read More



And Then I Met Pam
Posted On 02/21/2015 03:08:20 by kiwibarb
The use of the same name as that used by another blogger, is because this is a true story, and Pamela was the given name of the person I am writing about. When I was 18, I used to get a ride home from work with the owner of a private bus who was going in my direction. There were two of us, an older man and myself, and almost daily we were subjected to an account of the beautiful talented daughter of the bus driver. Her name was Pamela, she was a trainee nurse, she was soooo good at her job... Read More



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