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The Adventures of Bob the Nurse

In case you missed it, a new blog debuted on the most recent edition of Change of Shift.

That blog is The Adventures of Bob the Nurse and was started by none other than Keith at Digital Doorway.

Bob the Nurse is an action figure that lives a very, well, adventurous life.  His blog is a photo blog depicting his various antics.

I’m very fond of this concept (you know, stealing your neighbor’s garden gnome and taking pictures of it in front of Niagara Falls or some such place).  When I moved to California, I stole borrowed took the coffee pot from the dialysis office with me.  I bought it a little wig and some googly eyes and took pictures of it at interesting places along the way as I drove here from the midwest.  The dialysis nurses were some serious pranksters, so this was my final prank on them.

So I find The Adventures of Bob the Nurse very amusing.  My favorite picture so far is this one.  I think it’s hilarious.

Keith explains the concept for Bob the Nurse in this post.  If you think you can broaden Bob’s horizons even more and would like to have him as a guest, contact Keith or leave a comment on Bob’s blog.  I have already offered – there are lots of places around here I can take Bob :)

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Hi, nice post

i think Bob the Nurse not very amusing

I love that nurses have such a sense of humor and that they play pranks. I briefly worked as a nurse before transferring over to a computer based job. These nurses were pranksters for sure. Not a day went by that something did not happen to someone.

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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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