Sometimes I have to go away/ So I come back here/ Home is out there in the sky/ It’s that place of pure consciousness/ When chaos finally succumbs to order/ In its ever exploding alignment of us all/ Michelle Dent (ninewhitetulips)
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- Lemony Snicket
- Thích Nhất Hạnh
- Neil Gaiman, The Sandman, Vol. 9: The Kindly Ones (via feellng)
if there is one thing med school has really taught me to appreciate it is the post-ten-hours-of-holding-it-in pee/poo.
wish i had done bladder control exercises in high school or something man
Things not usually spoken of…but very seriously true.
Especially if the hospital bathrooms are a bit manky.
Hence the importance of finding your secret bathroom. It’s like the room of requirement, guys. It’s been there all along in a fairly obvious place but no one has been using it and it’s wonderful.
Haha, I can totally vouch for this. Each nurse has their own secret bathroom, which we all call “the office.” When it’s time, you simply tell your fellow nurse that you’re heading to the office, and not a word is spoken.