Wednesday, November 19, 2014

For Moderate Sedation Students, please read and reply before coming to class:

Look up the Moderate Sedation policy in Pulse.

Look up the Moderate Sedation guideline in Mosby's by linking from Pulse.

Look up one of your provider's privileges under the Quality and Patient Safety tab on Pulse.

Answer the questions below by replying to this post:

  1. What privileges does your provider have?
  2. What is necessary to document in the pre-procedure section of the Moderate Sedation record?
  3. What vital signs will you be monitoring during the procedure?
  4. When will you do your teaching about the procedure and the sedation?

Monday, December 24, 2012

The morning after...

The view from the top of Little Cottonwood Canyon the day after the world ended: 12/22/2012.

Sunday, July 26, 2009

Laundry Day

My in-laws came and stayed for two weeks in June. On June 16 they moved my washing machine into the driveway. Andy finally had time to finish painting (only the walls behind the washer mind you) so we could move it back in. The rest of the laundry room is still under construction, but we're closer; it's starting to come together. So today I have done four loads of laundry so far...
Here's a tip: if your washing machine ever spends a month in your driveway, wash out the water lines before trying to run it. You wouldn't believe what could make it's home in there.

And finally, a few construction pics with E helping out.

Sunday, June 28, 2009

Disneyland for 1 year olds

It's not the beloved movie-centered rides and shows.

It's not the heavily engineered thrilling roller coasters.

It's not the familiar plushy characters.

It's the fences and drain covers and smashed popcorn on the ground that make Disneyland such an exciting place for one year olds. E & cousin Froglegs spent the whole day going in and out of fences, pulling at manicured bushes, smashing pieces of chewed know, all the really cool things to do at Disneyland.

One of my favorite authors

Tea Time for the Traditionally Built (No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency, #10) Tea Time for the Traditionally Built by Alexander McCall Smith

My review

rating: 5 of 5 stars

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Friday, June 19, 2009

My Boys

Huggle time for the boys. Charly got a new haircut and E thinks he is snugglier than ever. Too bad Charly doesn't agree.

This is the normal view of my backyard. I kind of miss it. Today is the first day in 18 days that it is not supposed to rain one drop. I haven't been able to hang E's diapers in 18 days! And June is supposed to be the dryest month in Utah. And now, of course, my washer and dryer are living in my carport and my utility room is ripped out down to the studs. I just love old homes and reconstruction projects. Thank god for my inlaws...