There’s’ no riddle me this or that – nobody wants to play, so I will share with you one other thing I found in my file that I was cleaning out (yesterday I shared one of my poems), and today I’m sharing a office joke sheet that was going around my office many moons ago. Have you ever heard of the HOSPITAL CHART BLOOPERS? Well, here’s a couple for you to make you chuckle… maybe!
1. The patient refused autopsy.
2. The patient has no previous history of suicides.
3. Patient has left white blood cells at another hospital
4. She has no rigors or shaking chills, but her husband states she was very hot in bed last night.
5. Patient has chest pain if she lies on her left side for over a year.
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These are my babies in 1984 I believe. They were the Flower Girl & Ring barer for my mother’s wedding. Aren’t they just too precious? Now my son has two daughters of his own & my baby has a baby boy & is studying to be a RN. Where’d my babies go? I miss them so much.
Papa, I fell in love on the other side of heaven… and Papa, he’s been really good to me.
Papa, I fell in love on the other side of heaven… Can you see me from your side of everlasting eternity.
You left so sudden with no words for me – what was I supposed to do.
You left me alone to fend for myself, but no one told me it would be hard, but you. Life goes on… you trip… you fall… and no one there to hold… no one at all.
I worked all day. I studied to be good. I worked all day, and came home like I should. At night I prayed, and asked you if I did good, and you would say, “Daughter, I knew you could”.
Life is hard as each day went by, but I did as you taught me no evil by my side, and then it happened oh Papa I cried…
Papa, I fell in love on the other side of heaven, and Papa he’s been really good to me.
Papa I fell in love on the other side of heaven – can you see me from your side of everlasting eternity. MM 1991
Have a great weekend everyone!