Baked Chard with Feta; a jab — 5 Comments

  1. That recipe looks DELICIOUS!!!! Can’t wait to give it a go (my DH loves your recipes). Now, if I lived closer, I’d give you the ol’ jib jab. I’m not an RN, but due to being a T1D for 50 years – I am good at playing darts on my body and others. I managed to encourage my DH’s GP to allow me to give him allergy shots one summer despite having no qualifications. I guess the doctor’s worry the person filling up the syringe will put too much in – but knowing that if I give too much insulin to myself – or not enough – well – ya know the results of that goof up! Be careful now, don’t walk barefoot in the garden incase you come across an old nail!!! Tetanus shot or not – ouch!!!

  2. I’ll have to come back for this one. We’re moving out of my beloved house on Sunday and I’ll have to go dark for a week or two until we move into the new place. Where we’ll be staying doesn’t have wireless 🙁

  3. Tanna, the patients do a lot more work here… like keeping all of our records and x-rays – and having them along for doc visits.

    Anna, that’s nice to hear ;-)) The hubs was going to give it to (he does his own flu shots) but it’s a rather big syringe with a choice of 2 needles. Our neighbor’s a nurse… She’s doing it tomorrow.

    Nightsmusic, that is both sad and exciting. I’ve been in that same position,… except it was winter and we didn’t have heat, either LOL

    Kate, the doc gets paid (23.00 per office visit) but we’re reimbursed at 100%, the pharmacy is paid at 100% and the nurse is covered, too – except she’s a neighbor so probably won’t even put it through the system.