Wednesday, September 3, 2014

Moms Who (still) Care!


Tomorrow will be Moms Who Care day at the high school!
This day of the week is highly anticipated by quite a few students.
Last week was the first day of this school year the 
room was open and there were at least 55 student visitors!

Today I was asked to give an impromptu interview for our local city newspaper.  
Along with pictures... UGH- I much prefer being the one who takes the picture :)  
I certainly hope I gave the information the readers will be looking for.  
I truly believe in our Moms Who Care program and could promote the program for hours, 
but I knew my time was limited today!  Now that I've had a few hours
to replay every second I was with the interviewer I am having a lot of those
 "Oh, I should have said this or that" kind of moments... You know what I'm talking about!

I supposed the article will be out in a couple of weeks-
about the same time I will have another awesome surprise for you! Stay tuned....

I will leave you with my recent Moms Who Care video... 
I currently LOVE making these Animoto videos... and I'm not getting paid to say that :)

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Friday, August 15, 2014

another school year...

I can't believe another school year has started!  

The summer months really do seem to fly by!

I am blessed to have a job that I enjoy going to each day.
The students and staff that I work with  make my days brighter; they make me smile!
I hope you are looking forward to another great year too?
I would love to hear about some goals you've set for yourself.

Good luck getting through another year of helping students with illnesses, injuries, 
and emergencies, meeting deadlines, writing plans, attending meetings, 
following up on emails & phone calls, completing vision & hearing screenings, 
performing drug tests, referring to counseling programs, 
coordinating dental clinics, providing flu shots, 
promoting health and safety, teaching CPR, ordering supplies, 
being nice, caring for others, listening to others, 
and all of the other things we (school nurses) do throughout the year!

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