Sunday, March 13, 2011

Could you help me with something??

HI Y'all!!



If you are a nurse, and a blogger, and a quilter...and I don't have you listed on my sidebar, would you do me the favor of letting me know about you? I would love to list you!! thank you!! I try to keep updated, but I think I have missed some of you...thank you again!!





Hey, did you know? MADAME SAMM of Stash Manicure is a retired nurse! Isn't that cool? I have also had the recent privelege of meeting MERILYN and GWARGEDD...both nurses and quilters!! Please see and visit my nursing friends listed to the right...they are fabulously talented!!!



Also....it makes me so sad when I cannot answer your questions or comments...Patty Nordahl, Lisa, and others from last post...let me know your e-mail addie and I can answer you!!! Sometimes we are listed as "no reply" on our blogs...you can fix that!! Thank you so much...have a great day, all!!



Julie

25 comments:

*karendianne. said...

I'll help by visiting the Nurses! :)

Wilma NC said...

I'm a retired RN, just retired in December. And been quilting since 10978.

Karen en Marc said...

I'm not a nurse, but I love you're stories. I will go and visit you're friends, love to see what they have made.

9patchnurse said...

I would be happy to be listed in your sidebar! I made a new friend through your list (Stephanie in the NICU). We both work at Hopkins and we're going on retreat together in a couple weeks. Thank you!

Helen said...

Hi Julie, I'm a nurse, a blogger and quilter :) I'm also a researcher :)

Anonymous said...

Hi Julie,
I am a school nurse and a quilter. But not a blogger..... yet. I do enjoy your posts, your quilts and your nurse stories. I worked peds hem onc before becoming a school nurse, so can relate to your acute care stories.
Kathy B
Yolo, CA

LesQuilts said...

Hi Julie!
I am a nurse practitioner in Ontario. I am a quilter for about 15+ years.
And of course, I have a blog:
lesquilts.blogspot.com
lesquilts@gmail.com
Thanks for adding me to your list. Take care, Leslie

loulee said...

I'm a support worker/care giver. Does that count? I've been enjoying your blog for a while.

Marls said...

What a great idea to list nurses/quilters/bloggers.
I am a midwife (nurse in paediatrics prior to this but many years ago now)in New Zealand
Blog is catsandcapers.blogspot.com. Will spend time visiting others on your list.We are a special bunch are we not???

Caryl W said...

Thanks for asking that question Julie!! I am also very interested in finding quilters who are nurses!! AND as you know I love following your blog!!

Sandie ~call me crazy said...

I'm a former Army nurse. Now enjoying quilting and blogging. :-)
I love reading your blog!

Merilyn said...

Julie, Thankyou so much for including me on your list! I work in Acute Adult Mental Health and love it - (New Zealand trained)! I think it is a wonderful idea, and will slowing work my way through the other nurses' blogs!!

Nancy said...

Nurse? yes and have 2 daughters that are also nurses...
Quilter? yes
Blogger? yes...

Thanks for listing us..

Nancy
www.withthreadinhand.blogspot

kathysews said...

I am a nurse, quilter and I have a blog, mostly as a kind of diary for myself. I work full time on med surg, same place for 20 years. I am 55 and mother of 4, mimi of 3 plus 2 coming this year. I used money left from my Mother to buy a 6 needle embroidery machine and a gammill longarm with a statler stitcher. Someday I will sew and quilt and embroider all day long!
http://prettysimplestitches.blogspot.com

Finn said...

Neat post Julie!! And a great idea as well, what fun to see how many nurses are also quilters. No nursing degree here, but I have worked as a Surgical Tech, and moonlighted in Delivery Room and ER. Little bit of everything except the degree and initials behind my name, LOL
Big hugs for my little TX friend, Finnie XXX

Patty E said...

I'm an RN but no longer do hands-on patient care. I'm on the administrative side now. Love to quilt though I haven't much time. I really enjoy your blog and your nursing stories. Discovering that plaids are kind of fun in quilts too!

Phyllis said...

I'm a registered nurse working full time on a busy surgical unit. I try to get in as much sewing, quilting, and scrapbooking as possible on my days off. I really enjoy your blog and visit it often.

Mad about Craft said...

This sounds like 'how about me', its just that I've noticed I haven't been added to your side bar. Please don't think I'm being 'funny' because I'm not!

love Ailsa

Loretta said...

I'm an RN, a blogger, and a quilter! :)

www.365daysotherramblings.blogspot.com

Loretta said...

BTW...I'm a Recovery Room nurse. :)

Patty Nordahl said...

Sorry about that I assumed that when I signed in with my google account that showed my e-mail addy. I can be reched at plnebooks@yahoo.com. Yes I will visit the nurses and I am loving the Jewel Box

Darcie said...

I always thought it was so interesting.... The quilt retreat that I used to go to way-back-when...I would be confident in saying that about 80% of the quilters there were in the health care industry. There's just something about quilters and health care professionals. ;)

Hugs!

Pam said...

Julie, I am a nurse, quilter, but not a blogger (however I read many blogs). I work in home care and enjoy your interweaving of nursing and quilting.

Linda_J said...

I am a retired nurse so I don't know if that counts. I don't blog about it so maybe not. Quilting is my "job" for the last 13 yrs.

Christy said...

I'm a RN, quilter, & blogger. I recently started my posting on my blog. Someday I would like to retire from nursing & become a FT quilter.