Saturday, May 12, 2007


I started my new job earlier this week. I work for Ogden Regional Medical Center, but fortunately, I don't have to commute there every day. I work in a branch of the hospital in Provo that is part of their Blood Services organization. I'll be traveling all around here doing blood drives, taking people's blood. Monday and Tuesday this week, I went up to Ogden for orientation meetings. The rest of this week, I've been going through SOP's, or "Standard Operating Procedures" and testing on them. There's pages upon pages of them. A big three ring binder full of tests for me to take, and then other binders full of the stuff I'm supposed to read to get the answers. Boring. It makes me want to stab someone. I'm probably going to get to start more interesting stuff next week. Anyway, this week was a lot of fun because I only worked two shifts at Macey's -- and only one was a night shift. So I had every other night off. It was amazing! And I still worked 45 hours this week.

2 comments:

Cambrie said...

I vant to suck your blood.....

vampiring is cool. I think you'll like it. too bad you don't get to do your first few jabs on patients who are unconsious like I got to in the hospital. your victims are very much alert and onery if you don't get it right.

Kim said...

Your theme movie: Rambo: First Blood