“Carve your name on hearts, not tombstones. A legacy is etched into the minds of others and the stories they share about you.”
― Shannon L. Alder
Yes, I still hang on your every word... But then you already know that... I have you on my RSS reader so I pick up any activity rather quickly (though this time I picked it up when you referenced another post on Facebook...) And actually, quite often, when I need something to confirm or remind me how lucky I am - not only in life, but in having someone like you in my life, I come back and read one of my favorite things I've ever read about Kari, and about me - and it reminds me who you are... Your Legacy post...Love, Steve
I'm a little behind Steven, but I'm still here.Somedays, though, I feel like the guy on the stretcher.
Yes, I am also still here ..... waiting for each and every letter you might adorn us with.In your few words you "sound" happy to be in the ER. We are always looking for our "fit" and perhaps this is yours. I'm sure there are many patients that feel they lost a GREAT coordinator though.I wish you well!Hugs ~ D
Yea! You popped back up in my reader. :)
I still read your blog although sporadically due to MSN program, working full time and 3 grandchildren! Am currently applying for a procurement coordinator position. Any advice? I have applied before but not been called for interviews. I have loads of experience in PICU, NNICU, Peds Cardiac ICU, and Long Term Acute Care, as well as dialysis.
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