Being dug

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I’m on Digg. This is slightly disconcerting – mostly because I only posted the Save-A-Nurse thing out of sheer frustration and desparation. Mind you, I’ve no objection to lots of people seeing the site (*crosses fingers and hopes her host can cope*). My website suddenly feels more public. I realise it’s hardly a popular digg thing, with 3 diggs, but hell, that’s more than I ever expected.

I blame Nikki.

Anyway, the application form for Glasgow is in an envelope on my desk now, waiting for me to wander to the post office on the way to work (student placement work, not real money work, to those who might be new). And then I can get back to waiting for one of the other four… (I shall apply to the others over lunch, yes…)… to offer me an interview. But then who wants a not-yet-qualified student nurse when there’s hundreds of qualified, experienced band 5 nurses out there desparate for jobs.

As one of my student colleagues said “we’re in an enviable position, we haven’t got a job to lose” – but… this is not a good topic to think about before work. No. Positive thoughts, that’s what I need. Positive thoughts… and an omlette.


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