Category Archives: aged care

Uh Oh March Already

Well, it seems that I didn’t get here in Feb so I had better do two blogs in March. Although I am in the same place at the same time doing the same thing, that’s right, writing I have managed … Continue reading

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Slow beginnings

It is certainly hard to get started again after a hiatus from my usual activities at home. It feels like a real slump in my Ph.D but this is not really so as I am in the middle of producing … Continue reading

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Sick, sick and more sick

This is not such a great month this month of July. Actually it started a month earlier with a nasty migraine that had me vomiting for 24 hours followed by the flu. I hope to look back in a month or … Continue reading

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Last days

I spent the last days of my clinical nursing career on the palliative care ward. And perhaps had the most emotional experience for some time, well that I can remember. I thought it was a sad day, the large man … Continue reading

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May is over

Oh dear, May is over and I am only now getting to write about the last couple of months. Life as a nurse is busy, very busy. If it’s not busy at work you often are sent home, so down … Continue reading

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