Tuesday, March 31, 2009

really not a good day

The sun'll come out tomorrow


Bet your bottom dollar that tomorrow


There'll be sun...


It's possible that today I saw the worst thing I've ever seen in my nursing career, and considering my work experiences that's really saying something. I can't even begin to process it. I don't even know where to begin. I simply cannot go there.


Sweet Jesus.



11 comments:

ped crossing said...

How quickly the tides turn. Find a furry someone to snuggle with.

Maggie May said...

Can you press *delete*? If only that was possible.
I thought you we in for a good run......

The Gossamer Woman said...

I wish I could erase it for you, so that not even a sliver of it would remain in your memory. I am sorry that I can't do that and that you have to live with it. I hope you can talk about it with someone and give it a place. Good luck and all the best. (((hug)))

lv4921391 said...

RC i'm sorry it was awful...

Miriam said...

I'm sorry too, please talk to someone, just talking with an understanding person will help, take care, love mimi

Frances said...

Sounds horrible, do you have to book to get your debriefing - or do you have set times to talk things over at work?
Hope you get a chance to off-load very soon so you don't have to carry this around with you.

Rudee said...

Well I hope today was better. I'm not to crazy about upsetting things. I could never be a trauma nurse, and I could never work with kids who've suffered traumatic injury. I hope it wasn't that.

Devon said...

I'm so sorry about your day. It is amazing how seeing the truly awful can make a drafty old house and hormonal children seem like the most wonderful gifts in the universe!

I see it has been said, but really try to find someone you can talk and process this with soon.

I started walking with a woman a few times a week last year. Now we both know if something is bothering us, we can vent in private and just get it off our chests. Plus a little exercise!

I wish you well!!!

speccy said...

I don't want to imagine what this was about. I hope you have had a better day since, and can begin to see a way of dealing safely with all the stuff. Hugs

Anonymous said...

i read this article and thought of you. http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20090401/ap_on_re_us/frequent_er_patients

Cath said...

Sometimes you just want to rewind the day...
Sometimes you'd settle for rewinding the hour.

((hug)) - belatedly.