It was the first college text book that I purchased titled Care of the Adult Patient. It was a little over $20. and I thought that was outrageous especially since I had so many other books to buy for that semester. But that was the first, thickest, heaviest and of course one that needed to be brought to class every day. I keep wanting to toss it thinking that the material is so outdated and if need be can be accessed online, but hubby quilts me into keeping in….why, I don’t know.
From Lori’s site:
It struck me recently how much time I spend on this computer every day, blogging, chatting or playing games on Facebook, emailing friends and relatives, making cards and calendars, etc. etc. etc.
We depend on each other for book reviews, giveaways, encouragement, friendship, but how well do we really know each other?
1. What time do you usually wake up each morning?
It can range anywhere between 5-7am, depending on my back pain level which is usually what wakes me up.
2. What time do you usually go to sleep each night?
That also depends on when I get up in the morning or what kind of day I put in as far as pain. On days where the pain is on the high end of the scale, which takes a lot out of me, I can be in bed (or the recliner) by 7pm. But most nights its around 9-10pm
3. Standing at the foot of your bed, do you sleep on the right side of the bed, left side of the bed, or do you have the whole bed to yourself?
I am allowed 1/4 of the left side of the bed. Hubby is quite the restless sleeper so for safety reasons, I try to stay clear lol. Plus I can only sleep in certain positions so don’t need much room.