Discussion in 'Free Range' started by Rico Suave, Nov 30, 2016.
The answer is pencil.
Pens only at work for quick visibility and constantly signing things. Multi colors for differentiation. Pretty colors because obvi.
I ordered a Coleto Hi-Tec 4 body with the boring inks. Fingers crossed it works then I can get my pretty inks into rotation.
Fancy pencils from Japan are amazing. You have no idea what you are missing.
And neither will the medical records in a court of law...
Can confirm. (Although as someone who looks at medical records, different colored pens sounds like a nightmare.)
I imagine the fancy colors are for her brain sheet.
Some facilities have each shift chart in different colors, a holdover from all-paper charting, though.
Left my breastmilk out on my desk for an entire hour session. Whoops.
It’s fine! I hope you didn’t toss it!
Yes, that milk is still good!
I kept it, but wondering how my patient felt with it staring him in the face
I didn’t realize your patient was in your office. That’s hilarious.
@HBC is correct re brain sheet. Our physical charts are the official forms that require black ink.
New pen is here! Trying to figure out if it's worth attaching to my badge reel.
Why is that so awkward?! I did that once but it was my boss who was sitting at my desk and we both just felt so uncomfortable with a little bottle of breast milk chillin on my desk.
Just hand wrote 10 Valentines and sealed them to put in the mail during my lunch. For the first year I have included TG's family as well as mine.
I marked them all as "2019" in the top right corner
As I was waiting for the water to heat in the shower, I kept feeling like I had forgotten something. Then I stepped into the shower stream, and the water hit my glasses .
I’ve done glasses and socks. At that point are you allowed to just call in tired for the day?
I almost did that the other day. Remembered just as I pulled open the curtain to step in.
On a related vision note the other night I almost forgot to put my contacts in for ringette which would've been bad. My sister showed up with only one contact in which she then took out because it was making her nauseous so she played blind. I don't even know how she managed this.
I haaaaaate that. It's so jarring!
The other day I arrived at my yoga class a bit later than I normally do so I decided to pop into the room BEFORE changing so I could put my mat down and get the spot I like. It's a hot yoga class. I walked in and my glasses fogged up so quickly it felt like a bomb had gone off.
It genuinely made me wonder what people with bad vision do. I hate contacts (have tried them twice and they just never felt right) but my vision without my glasses is manageable. I like to place my mat at the front so that when I look to the mirror or wall for a focus point for balance it is a clear image. When I am closer to the back I can't do that. But again, my vision is enough that I am not going to knock into anyone or fall over completely.
Ugh I’m not functional without my contacts, and the struggle is real when I can’t wear them. I get so annoyed in the shower because I can’t see a fucking thing. I do wear them swimming but it’s not an option in a steamy shower unfortunately.
ETA: I have legitimately considered showering with glasses on so I can see to shave my legs.
@Kimmers I have attempted to wear glasses in the shower to shave and they fogged so bad. Living that blind life.
Time for a bath shave!