Tuesday, December 26, 2006

Ghost of Christmas Past

I had the opportunity to read the Christmas BMJ over the holidays, which is always good value. This year, I particularly enjoyed this article. It really appeals to the nostalgic side of me. Have a read, and let me know, if the spirit moves you so.


sisyphus said...

Yes, I remember those days, too. Unutterably sad that they seem to have gone.

Medblog Addict said...

Sorry, off topic. You asked how I got the "previous posts" part of my page. I didn’t have to do anything, so it must be on my Blogger template. But I'm confused because you have a list of “previous posts” on your page, it just doesn’t look like mine (I’ve been going back and forth between our blogs). Does this mean you found the answer you were looking for, or have I just misunderstood your question? I’m kind of an idiot when it comes to stuff like this, which explains why my blog looks so boring and I have a half-finished blogroll. If I misunderstood, ask me again in a different way. This has now become a challenge for me. Hope you have a good day, or night, whatever it is there.

Medblog Addict said...

Do you have Blogger Beta? Mine is regular Blogger. I copied this off my template. Will it work if you just copy it onto your template?

I got interrupted in the middle of this (my blog is a secret), and I had to hurry, so I just copied everything.

Now I'm getting a message that a tag is not allowed, so it won't let me include the code in my comment.

If you think copying the code from my template will work,I can e-mail it to you. Let me know.

A Bohemian Road Nurse said...

It was a nice article. In fact, I'm on a rampage this week because one of our new rookies is throwing temper tantrums and repeatedly calling in sick to get revenge for having had to work over the Christmas weekend. It irks me because most of us experienced people have worked approx. 95% of all major holidays during the entire length of our careers--and it never dawned on us to complain that much. In fact, I'm so P.O'd at this rookie that I'm going to really have to pray for patience this week in order to NOT throttle her for the dramatics. She has earned that dreaded Texan nickname: tittybaby.

Medblog Addict said...

I knew I forgot something. If you want me to send it by e-mail, let me know at medblogaddict at yahoo dot com.