I Hate My New Toothbrush

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Yes you read it right, I hate my new toothbrush. My husband bought these toothbrush, and I don’t like them. They are so abrasive. Sometimes it hurts my gum.  However I am still using it, because it does really do the job. After using it I can feel that my teeth is surprisingly fresh and clean, better than the old one. Feels like I just had a dental appointment.

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Depression is Real

Suicide is the 10th leading cause of death in America as per CDC (2017). The suicide rates are alarming. It is the second leading cause of death in ages 10 to 34. There are 123 Americans die from suicide every day.  And there is one death by suicide in America every 12 minutes.

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I lost $600

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Yep you read it right, WifeBlah lost $600 by not going to work tonight. But hey, I don’t have any regrets. My father’s sleep is priceless. I missed work, and the next time I will miss work I will be suspended. We are only allowed to miss work twice in a year.

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Cousin Love

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I am writing this blog post to share to you my cousin that is new to blogging. I would be grateful if you guys would check him out. 🙂

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Death

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Everybody is talking about GOT season 8 episode 3 and the Avengers Endgame. I watched them both and I super like it, I’m happy with the production, story, casting, lines and everything. But they have one thing in common – “Death” of some big characters that we fell in love with.

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Dear Ms.Senator I Wish I Can Play Cards

This video of Senator Maureen Walsh came out last  April 16, 2019 a day after I posted my content talking about how nurses being misunderstood “Apology from a Nurse”. Senator Maureen Walsh of Washington State Senate is talking about House Bill 1155, but apparently she happened to mention this about nurses: “probably play cards for a considerable amount of the day”- and it looks like nurses were not happy about it.

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Apology from a Nurse

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Dear Anonymous Reader,

I wrote this, because last night I had a patient that told his son that she wants to hold his hand. While the patient is holding his son’s hand she said, “I feel very sad, this is the first human touch I had today”. This lady is dying. As a nurse it breaks my heart, we used to be called the “Angel of the sick room” but why can’t we offer a healing touch anymore? Why can’t we spend 10 seconds of our time to let our patient hold our hand and tell them everything will be alright.

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