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A lovely ending... - Nobody wears a white coat any more... — LiveJournal
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A lovely ending...
Chris and Aura, being the wonderful, beautiful people they are - of the genre I should surround myself with more often - agreed to take me in for the days I'll be needing a room, save just one. Chris's parents will be here one of those days, and I was offered a mattress downstairs if I couldn't find anywhere else to stay. I'll stay with Mike that one night, he says it's fine, and that means that I'm all settled for my sojourn down here.
Plus, I went to the parking services garage today, prepared to have to buy a monthly pass for these two weeks since I'd lost my summer pass. I bought the annual pass and told him I'd lost my summer pass. He laughed and scolded me and gave me a free two-week temporary pass.
I have to go to the bookstore and pick up a book for ACLS class at the end of the month. I should buy Nelson's...or I could just order it online, which is what I did.

Chris heated up pork loin for dinner with me. Laura fed me a popsicle and some Triscuits. The cat came and napped with me while I waited for my headache to go away. I feel at home, welcome, comfortable. And the wireless router is set up and working nicely. Yay for that :)

Will probably not take Shain with me tomorrow, as I have only four hours between shifts that I could use him, and he is quite heavy, not to mention expensive. Will instead take an old-fashioned book.
Tomorrow: Urgent Care Clinic in morning and evening. Must remember to get a key from someone, if possible.

now feeling:: happy happy

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fyrfitrmedic From: fyrfitrmedic Date: August 5th, 2003 04:29 am (UTC) (etched in stone)
If you haven't already, pick up a copy of the AHA pocket book 2000 edition. It's invaluable for ACLS as well as PALS if you take it as well. It runs about 12 bucks. It's a much easier sourcebook to use than the textbook IMHO.
ayradyss From: ayradyss Date: August 5th, 2003 04:40 am (UTC) (etched in stone)
Will put it on my purchase list. I'm "required" to have the textbook for class, but I'm always looking for a better book than the required ones. Thanks.
fyrfitrmedic From: fyrfitrmedic Date: August 5th, 2003 06:52 am (UTC) (etched in stone)
The title is 2000 AHA Emergency Cardiac Care Guidelines. It's sized just right for a back pocket or a lab-coat pocket. It's perfect, at least until AHA changes everything again :)

Yeesh, I still remember the first time I took ACLS back in 1988. The class focus and methodology has shifted pretty dramatically in some ways since then, and for the better IMHO.
quinby From: quinby Date: August 5th, 2003 08:22 am (UTC) (etched in stone)
Love to you! I have a couple questions about some stuff, basically packing-related (I know that sounds stupid, but I get caught up in details sometimes) Should I write an e-mail later, or what? I can't wait for these next couple of weeks to be over. I miss you, and can't wait to come out.
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