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Old 09-17-2010, 03:51 AM   #11
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WTG Princess! I do some nights. The secret is getting 4 hours of sleep in the morning and another 2-3 hours in the evening just before you leave for work...it's a must. If you start to get sleepy at work then get up and move around, do some stretches, crunch on some cold ice if you have strong teeth, drink an energizing tea, snack on crunchy raw veggies. You'll do great! They're lucky to have you
LOL! Thanks, Mollyanne! I've been doing nights for the past 18 years (6:30 pm - 7:00am). It's going to be weird for me to stay awake when the sun is up and to only work 8-10 hours. As it is now, my sleep period is 9am-4pm, that's not going to be a fun change! Oh, and I'll have weekends off...I've NEVER had weekends off.

I've heard rumors that the sky is blue...is that true?
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Old 09-17-2010, 05:20 AM   #12
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and if not, they'll really appreciate you for all of the tooth cracking sounds that send shivers up their backs, while stretching your butt in thier faces music no one else likes.

no one on the late shift will sleep!



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Old 09-17-2010, 09:15 AM   #13
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and if not, they'll really appreciate you for all of the tooth cracking sounds that send shivers up their backs, while stretching your butt in thier faces music no one else likes.

no one on the late shift will sleep!



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go girl!! ah.....MDS's, haven't thought of them in a long time. My typing skills improved dramatically with cranking out all those RAP's....congratulations!
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Old 09-18-2010, 10:24 AM   #15
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go girl!! ah.....MDS's, haven't thought of them in a long time. My typing skills improved dramatically with cranking out all those RAP's....congratulations!
Thanks, Beth! I spent a good part of last night studying RAP's and trying to link what I read to what I've been doing on the floor. Massive confusion @ this point, hopefully tonight I will have some time to go back and forth between written care plans and looking at how they match up with RAP's.
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