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... is something truly amusing, because why explain with words when you can give a live and dramatic performance. To have watched them take pride in their work and demonstrate such kindness and compassion to our patients is a blessing to have witnessed. They brought a silly and carefree atmosphere onto the ward and could have even the most stubborn of patients up and dancing, better known to the nurses as 'physical therapy'. I am so proud to ...
... tv because he has all the mannerisms and quirks of the pros. The fancy foot work, the long run off for the penalty kick, the ball tricks and flips which are so adorablely being imitated here on the ward. This game has been repeated on every shift I have worked this week. Tonight I've had to attend another patient part way through our game and one of our translators has steped into my place. A big kid himself I watch as the two of ...
... I learnt the rules for curling, watched the gracefulness of the figure skaters and tried to understand the purpose of that weird 'skinning down the bumpy slope' sport. Meal times were spent in front of the large communal tv, everyone cheering loudly as someone won or for often when someone wiped out. Medal tallies were discussed and debate, Everyone vying for top position. On the wards, patients would watch the opening ceremony and then the sports, with ...
... and the 10 hour time difference, they are all enjoying a lazy New Years morning and have plenty of time to talk. Now our new batch of surgeons are arriving and that signals that the holidays are ending and the real work is about to begin. The months that lay ahead will be full of surgeries and referrals and amazing experiences. I cannot wait! Hope you all had a wonderful time this holiday season. I wish you a year full of love, happiness and adventure for 2014! Love Erin ...
... school) are putting on Christmas concerts and every nations Christmas traditions are being shared. I have already enjoyed the Dutch Sinter Klaus and the Scandinavian Santa Lucia and this weekend is the Australian tradition of carols by candlelight. We have packed hampers and baked cookies for the local orphanages and shelters which will be handed out next week. There is so much to do here but I will write again soon and tell you all about it. Have a very Merry Christmas, Love Erin ...