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Hospitals

That was when I realized what I was really seeing out that window: Boot had finally released the Doves of Ambiguity, and they had all flocked to the tree sheltering the smoking area out by the emergency room, which has been my view from the hospital for two weeks now.

    TAGS:  Becky the Harlequin, harlequin, beautiful, Doves of Ambiguity, fluttering, hospitals, Jo, shelter, flocking


The last time Uncle Herbert had an extended stay in hospital there were no multitudes of mobile phones, no ubiquity of unplugged laptops, no iPods, no Gameboys, no nothing, just white walls and a book he was too sick to concentrate on reading.

    TAGS:  time, technology, hospitals


waiting :: boot

Why don’t we have inbuilt board games or radio stations?

    TAGS:  hospitals, waiting


This body belongs to my patient, not me.

    TAGS:  bedside-manners, hospitals, doctors


In the hospital, Josie quickly discerned the staff pecking order; she snapped at the doctor, back talked to the PT, and positively tormented the lab tech, but the nurses she treated like royalty.

    TAGS:  josie, hospitals, nurses


 

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