Monday, December 13, 2010

Blue Sky Scrubs

When I spent a few days in the hospital (years ago) for an attack of appendicits, I got a chance to get look at the health industry and what makes it tick. My doctors were great, but fairly unavailable. The people who helped me the most were the Nurses and CNA's. They made me so comfortable and they were all so friendly and helpful. It really made me ponder on the work that they do and how they are truly the "heart" of the hospital. I was so thankful that I had them during my stay. The same goes for my visit to the hospital when our child was born....they weathered every thing I handed out to them (and believe me, I did my share) and afterward, they were so understanding and so knowledgeable. Every time I saw a pair of nursing scrubs coming through the door, I let out a sigh of relief because I knew they could help me answer any questions I might have. I couldn't thank them enough. 

To work as Nurse or CNA you've got to be dressed the right way. There is a great site called Blue Sky Scrubs that provides great scrubs for anyone in the field of medicine. Nursing uniforms, lab coats, and even surgical hats can all be found at this great site. Scrubs for men or womens scrubs...they've got it all!! 
 They have got some really great patterns for surgical hats too!! Here's one I found that would be perfect for this time of year. It's called Kris Kringle:
Isn't that lovely?? I'd like a yard of that fabric!!


This post was brought to you by your friends at Blue Sky Scrubs!! All opinions in it are my own. 


1 comment:

  1. I used to live in scrubs when I worked at animal hospitals and then continued when I worked at an animal shelter. The right scrubs are comfortable and the right fabrics make you feel good as well as cheering people you come in contact with.
    I have not discarded my scrubs even after changing jobs. I have flower patterns for gardening and food fabric for cooking.

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