Sunday, 31 August 2008
And I love to see what you create either in my tut group or send me an email with your tag. Thanks!
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The tut is found HERE
Saturday, 30 August 2008
Tuesday, 26 August 2008
Sunday, 24 August 2008
Saturday, 23 August 2008
And Nina got a silver in Tae Kwon Do women. She lost to the world champion from Mexico, but that's okay. She still did great!
We have 3 gold - 5 silver - 3 bronze
Not bad for a big winter sport nation.
We beat Russia by 7 goals and Norway controlled the whole match!! We're such a happy nation now!!!!
Norway has the chance for two more medals. Nina Solheim is in the finale for women +67kg Tae Kwon Do. And Andreas Thorkildsen has a chance for a medal in javelin, he got the gold in Athens four years ago.
Wednesday, 20 August 2008
My big fear is to hit a moose, especially in the early morning when they are often out and about from the woods- this was before 6am. Hitting any kind of animal is terrible but mooses are so big to hit. The moose hunting starts soon too, and some mooses might leave the woods to get away from the hunters and that makes it even more dangerous driving around countryside roads.
Tuesday, 19 August 2008
Interesting how you can have a surgery through four wholes in your stomach. And how little blood there is. A great way to make a surgery without too much fuss. The first gall bladder patient actually got to go home the same day as her surgery.
Now I also know why surgeries can be late. Waiting for anestesia doctors, then waiting for the surgons, etc.
Two very interesting days.
Update: * the first surgery is called a colostomy, and you were a colostomy bag after surgery. Thanks for letting me know, Kc!
Monday, 18 August 2008
So today was my first day at surgery. It was very exciting, so much to see and learn. Too many impressions LOL. I saw four surgeries. It was day surgeries, so the patients are not spending the night. I saw two foot surgeries, one shoulder surgery and one arthroscopic knee surgery, it was cool to see the camera inside the knee and the doctor shaving inside the knee. The fifth surgery got cancelled, which was a hand surgery.
One patient also let my practice doing an IV (peripheral IV). Information on IVs HERE. She had a sister, a nurse, who had practiced on her many times, and getting IVs didn't bother her. I got to do one when she was "sleeping" while the doctor was operating on her foot. It was nice to have a sleeping patient, didn't have to worry about her. Just the nurse watching me. It was 98% perfect. I got it straight in and aspirated blood straight away. When I put NaCl in the IV, it was perfect, I had not perforated the vein and no leaking. When I was done and taping the IV to the hand, then my hands started to shake. But the worst was done then, so I'm happy it happened after I was done and not before. LOL!
When I got home I was so tired. The sun was shining, so I took a nap in my sun bed on my veranda. It was so nice, but I woke up with a head ache. LOL!
Another exciting day tomorrow...........;)
Sunday, 17 August 2008
I've received another award from my good friend Simone. You can find her blog at Scrappy Bit of Fun. She has a lot of goddies for PSP addicts.
So to the rules of the awardPass this on to 4 of your most trusted friends blogs,then post on their blogs to let them know about the reward. For now I have passed my award to
1. KcsBrat - http://kcsscrappinsanctuary.blogspot.com/
Friday, 15 August 2008
Thank you so much to Simone, from Scrappy Bit of Fun, to grant me this award. Very sweet of you!
It says I have to pass it on to 7 other blogs, but there's so many who have received it already. So I'll have to look around before passing the award to someone else.
To be continued..................
1. Gail - http://aussiescraps.blogspot.com/
Wednesday, 13 August 2008
Tuesday, 12 August 2008
Simone is a wonderful tagger, tut writer and scrap maker.
Love your blog, hun!
I cannot believe how many people have visited your blog since you opened it.
These are the rules:
1. Link your tagger and list these rules on your blog.
2. Share 7 facts about yourself on your blog, some random, some weird.
3. Tag 7 people at the end of your post by leaving their names as well as links to their blogs.
4. Let them know they have been tagged by leaving a comment on their blog.
7 facts about me:
1 I was tagged today by cat woman.
2 I clean poop for a living.
3 I'm a huge sci fi fan - almost anything goes.
4 I grew up with only one TV station!!!
5 I'm into Orchids and try my best not to kill mine.
6 I'm a decendent of King Harold I of Norway- 10th century.
7 I can bend the tip of my left little finger pretty far back.
People I am tagging:
Twinky - http://twinkydezines.blogspot.com/
KcsBrat - http://kcsscrappinsanctuary.blogspot.com/
Lisa E - http://www.arty-pharty.blogspot.com/
Pammie - http://alittlebitofeverything-pammie.blogspot.com/
Missy - http://divineintentionz.blogspot.com/
Yvette - http://essenceofcreativity1.blogspot.com/
Ali - http://designsbyali.blogspot.com/
Monday, 11 August 2008
Thursday, 7 August 2008
Tuesday, 5 August 2008
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If you want to use my pictures in tags, please add my copyright: Photo by May-Kristin S. Aasheim or ©May-Kristin S. Aasheim, a link to my blog is optional but nice if you have room to add it.
A view from Haukli Fjellsenter, and a lavvo (samii/lapp tent). On the lake, waterplanes would land too, I saw one land and take off.
The restaurant part of Haukli Fjellsenter
A waterfall over Haukli.
Røldal Stave Church.
The road leaving Røldal up and over to Odda. The road twists and turns, a lot of building along it, new cabins, etc.
A very famous waterfall, Låtafossen, a lot of tourists looking and taking pictures. More pictures from it further down.
The harbour in Odda.
The cabin we rented, we had the one second door from the left.
The view from our cabin room.
Another waterfall, water going under the road.
Baroniet Rosendal, the entrance, we did't pay to go inside.
A small creek, next to the restrooms.
The side of Baroniet and the rose garden.
One of the roses, taken with my small camera.
I went to get my Canon Rebel camera, takes much prettier pictures, and it had stopped raining.
The garden has four patterns and flowers planted in the patterens, you can see them on Baroniet's home page, there's one small picture of the patterns.
Taken with my small camera, my big camera hidden under my jacket. LOL.
The harbour in Rosendal.
On the hike, Odda in the background.
More from the hike.
Can barely see a factory in Odda.
Some pretty flowers along the hike.
This is as far as we went. Mom went a bit further, but just saw the trail going on and on........
A tiny waterfall/river along the trail.
Back to Låtafossen waterfalls again. The picture above of me, I was standing in front of the left waterfall.
Røldal stave church
Almost at home, we saw a moose. Unfortunately, I didn't have time to change to my big lense.
Here's an update. My neigbour's daughter got hit hard. She's only work around 50% 'cos her lung effect is still only 50%. When she got to the hospital, she was so sick, that she was not able to tell much why she was sick, and when the doctors x-rayed her lungs, the taught they were full of lung cancer, so treatment was started late for Legionnaires D. because of that. Her friend, my old class mate, was mistaken for urinal infection, since her kidneys were hurting, so her treatment got started a bit late too. One guy was not as sick, a second guy I didn't mention in my first post, was able to tell what he had done lately and about the jacuzzi, so he got started early on a treatment for Legionnaires D.
I hope they since they are young people, they won't get long term effects from being sick.