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Oh, hi.

So, it appears that my last post with any sort of substance whatsoever was on May 14, 2013.

Then I got bored and didn’t want to write anymore.  But neither did I want to say “I’m done.”  So I took a break.

In January of this year, I decided to take it all up again, but when I wrote that post and tried to hit “Publish” … nope.  Error.  After much discussion and rediscussion with 1and1.com’s customer service, it was decided that I was over my database limit.  I had a whopping 149MB of data and they suggested that I delete some posts.  After yet more discussion, it was finally determined that I could actually go to a 1GB database, but no, they were not going to help me do that.

And frankly, it all looked just too damn complicated for me to figure out.  I am somewhat experienced with this stuff, but not really proficient and furthermore I don’t even like it.  So it was too daunting for me to puzzle out and I gave up for a few months.

Last night my wonderful husband finally sat down and worked some internet magic and got it all up and running again.  So here I am.  Hi!  Thank you wonderful husband!

I went through my blogroll and weeded out links that no longer worked, changed some others and removed blogs that weren’t being updated anymore.  Although some I left in for nostalgia’s sake. :)  I could certainly add more, but making buttons is time-consuming.  And does anyone actually have a blogroll anymore anyway?  I can’t bring myself to delete mine.

So that’s all for now.  More later. (Famous last words, eh?  No really, I have things to say!)

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  • profileI am Gina. I have been a nurse for 15 years, first in med/surg, then CVICU, inpatient dialysis, CCU and now hospice. This blog is about my experiences as a nurse, and the experiences of others in the healthcare system - patients, nurses, doctors, paramedics. We all have stories!

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