Horoscopes just for Nurses!
It’s a very fertile time for Libra, which could mean creativity and inspiration abound. It could also mean something else, which your L&D colleagues could clue you in on. Contrary to popular belief, not everything is contagious!
Short-tempered Scorpio will have a rough time this week, as all of your patients have received extensive medical training from Oprah’s Dr. Oz and know from obsessive watching of Scrubs what life in the hospital is SUPPOSED to be like. Relief arrives as season premieres give way to reruns.
End of the world fervor makes your normally calm, sedentary unit a little more chaotic than usual. Point out that the Mayans have predictions right up to the year 4870 and see the waters calm. (This strategy has the added benefit of being true!)
Yes, it is tempting — but calling in a search and rescue team for the doctor who doesn’t return his pages is a bit over the top. Wait another fifteen minutes just to be sure before you call!
A long-lost acquaintance will turn up in a surprising situation. This may be uncomfortable, but professionalism will carry the day. Sudden onset amnesia might make both of you more comfortable!
Animals abound in your chart, Pisces, so be ready! You might have a patient who insists that their companion chimpanzee helps with chronic depression or an emergency admit who brings some little buddies along for the ride. It’s hard to tell from here — but after Wednesday, you’ll know!
Have compassion for the new nurses, Aries. You were young once too, and needed help. You may be more intimidating than you realize. Offer assistance: it will be gratefully accepted.
Time away from the job reveals unexpected surprises: food can be served (and consumed!) while hot! Bathrooms can be accessed when needed, without several hours delay! Revel in these discoveries — but don’t try to tell anyone at work, they’ll never believe you.
Conversations surrounding immunizations are likely to grow a little pointed; sidestep the sharp language and let others needle each other. You don’t need the aggravation this week!
Doctors are examining a new condition during which nurses develop an inability to hear their phone ring when they’re away from the job. Volunteering for the study might provide some extra income, but likely won’t smooth any thing over with your NM; decide wisely!
Seeking creative challenges, Leo may find themselves open to a new hobby. Try figuring out what your patient’s tattoos are supposed to be — or once were!
When your patient tells you their profession is Medical Marijuana reviewer and they have a long and convenient list of medical allergies, it’s hard not to be cynical. Don’t beat up on yourself too much for lost naivete: it’s probably the last place you left it!
Star Charts by Suzanne LaBarne are intended for entertainment purposes only!