Since when did Jesse McCartney get so adorable?? And why do I feel so old??
…this position is responsible for collection of hand hygiene data by direct observation of staff while they are providing care to patients. In addition, the employee will be asked to input data into databases for analysis and presentation. The employee will assist with collection of hand hygiene data through the “Go Ahead and Ask” hand hygiene program. Previous experience preferred.
Where exactly does one get hand hygiene observation experience? I maybe would like some.
I pretty much just crawled inside my own skin and died of shuddering.
hey..i just finished wiping my face with a moist wipe,cause i just finished eating a biggie size frosty at wendy’s while i was waiting for my car to get a lube job…the mechanic was licking on on a lollipop, like it should be licked, right. this woman sitting next to me was smearing this juicy ointment all over her wound while she was eating her supper…nasty b…her little kid was so cute coloring in her coloring books with crayons. did i let you borrow my lip balm? cause all i have is this nasty salve in my pocket…omg they just tore my tire flaps off..wtf!
on another note…i just got a sammie from subway…so scrum-dilly-umpcious..a little too much evoo…espech for a hamburg sammie, but the veggies on it are sooo tasty tasty.
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Hahaha you guys are hilarious. Annnd this e-mail made me feel kinda sick. I agree with you on most counts, except for “crayon.” “Crayon” doesn’t bother me. However, I HATE when people refer to a “lollipop” as a “lolly.” Ughh.
One notable resonance to this thought comes from Kierkegaard’s description of how “rotation” and “repetition” are the strategies used by the smartest of the superficial, how we return to hobbies, abandon them, call exes, go back to visited cities, travel away from youth, regress to youth, etc. We devise ways to rotate and repeat our pleasures so we don’t wear them out.
Hence the various “life crises” one reads about: forever the “longing for repetition” in a universe where it isn’t truly possible. I often think the cruelest aspect of the world is the diminishment of all experience -love, drugs, pain, happiness- with repetition.