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TiogaCruiser

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    Southern California
  • Favorite Cruise Line(s)
    HAL
  • Favorite Cruise Destination Or Port of Call
    Alaska

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  1. I’m not yet there, but I anticipate mine will be from the Dowager Countess “WHAT is a weekend?”
  2. Leave the Office Early- love it! Several of us did that yesterday, but sadly it had to do with needing to drive through curfewed cities.😟 One is allowed to for going to or from a job, but really, why risk it?
  3. Had to google porcupine meatballs. Sounds like something DH would love. Will have to give that a try sometime. For now, we have a lovely lasagna from his work. The tech company DH works for has a cafe on campus that employees can get lunch and dinner at, and twice a week they can get a family take home dinner. so we have dinner for 4-5 nights. The food is really good. The owner is a chef and has a restaurant in a neighboring town. At DH’s work he has a garden and cooks from that, and long beautiful tables set up next to the plants. It’s like walking into Fine Cooking magazine.
  4. So how do these ships differ?
  5. My golden retriever wants to know what time you are serving ...... (He’s quite helpful you know.)
  6. You are peaking my interest in checking out Aldi. One opened in the next town over a while ago.
  7. Pointing out that some of the most incessant (including one that has started many a thread) is a newcomer to the forum.
  8. Spinach, ricotta & chicken traybake sounds great. Will bookmark that one, along with the French Onion chicken. Will be cooking again soon after work. Thanks for posting the screenshot from Rotterdam. It now makes sense why a cruise friend in Friesland is seeing HAL ships offshore.
  9. We probably have less, and much more is dedicated to infrastructure and administration vs direct care. 37 years in public health here. California is a managed care state. PCPs are expected to provide primary care ( including vaccines). Currently laws prevent PH from providing routine vaccines to people who have health insurance (unless they have proof the PCP doesn’t stock the vaccine). So that may need to change. Another common job category that does injections is MAs. In The majority of private offices I have been to It’s the MA who administers vaccines. Many do not employ RNs or LVNs. As someone already pointed out, pharmacists have been doing vaccines for the past several years. The data is entered into the state database (CAIR), which many providers use.
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