Wednesday, November 22, 2006

From Our Blog To Your Blog

The shrinks at Shrink Rap would like to wish you a
Happy Thanksgiving.

Pictured above is our support turkey, not for consumption.

[From Clink: Yeah, what she said. Happy Thanksgiving!]


Dr. A said...

Hello Shrink Rappers! I had no idea that the GR link was so prominent on the top of your site. Thanks so much. I really appreciate it!

Anonymous said...

Likewise, from a shrink in Texas.

Steve & Barb said...

We couldn't stand to be beat out by all those Medscape referred links.

Thanks for stopping by, docmalk.

HP said...

Happy Thanksgiving!

Anonymous said...

Hi Shrinks, just wanted you to know I feel absurdly cheered by your gift turkeys! Have a good Thanksgiving.

NeoNurseChic said...

Happy Thanksgiving to all 3 of you as well! Hope that you've had a great day! I got to have a very yummy thanksgiving dinner at work (and brought home leftovers) complements of one of our attending neonatologists who declared that we nurses do so much and he did not want us to have to work on Thanksgiving (outside of taking care of babies, that is!) was very kind of him. :) I think that was the best part of my day. Being yelled at by drug parents because they disagreed with my assessment of their baby's withdrawal was not exactly the highlight of my day, but when I said I'd probably have their baby again tomorrow, they said they were glad - so I must have made some headway of some sort. I'm actually looking forward to Thanksgiving next year since I haven't been able to celebrate the last 2 years due to my job! I miss getting to stay at home and watch the parade on tv while still in my pj's and visiting my grandma up in Syracuse, who is going to be 84 this year.

Hugz and Happy Turkey Day! (Hope you didn't end up cooking your support turkeys!)
Carrie :)

Sarebear said...

Nice drawing!

Happy, happy day, everyone!

I got tapped to say the prayer/blessing for Thanksgiving dinner/lunch, oy!

My dd said she was "stuffed, like a chicken". I then said I felt "stuffed, as a turducken".