I am a big fan of MASH. (As is husband). What made the humour even more funny for us, though, was when we watched it every night in Norway. They had Norwegian sub-titles but the vocals were American as per normal. The translation was sometimes funnier than the actual scene. I love laughter like that.
Hi Sis!That sounds so cool! I think that show is timeless and so well done. I used to say working with the ER was like M*A*S*H because when it was crazy you worked really hard and when it wasn't - THEY were crazy.By that I mean there was always something funny going on - someone playing a joke on someone, sometimes really zany and the camaraderie was great.Then as people left and rules and regulations changed it couldn't be what it was but I always LOVED working with them and miss them even now. It's funny how life works out because I know that I am going in a different direction (literally) when I do go back to work and if I do go back to a hospital I have decided that I want to work in a different hospital system or one of the larger ones in the corporation I worked for.That said - I will always be grateful for opportunity to work with such great, caring and compassionate (and Fun) professionals doing a job that I loved 98% of the time - nothing is perfect. :) I learned a lot!Wow! Where did THAT come from? I am feeling sentimental about everything these days! That's o.k. as it is good to appreciate one's blessings. :)
Certainly agree on that, SeaSpray, the counting ones blessings bit. Thanks for sharing that bit too....I get sentimental but I also have a tendency to get rather maudlin too! (That's a sign I need to hunt out a comedy video!) ;)
ooooh Sis! I'll watch one with you! I do love the comedies! :)I am a sentimental type person but a big part of it right now I think is that our younger son is graduating H.S. this month and so it is a major milestone and it is like I get this flood of memories of when he was little and through the years. So it's not bad - we are designed to move forward but I am admittedly feeling wistful.He is actually going to community college and so he will still be living at home for now. I remember taking all these pics of my husband taking his crib down because I knew he was the last baby I would have.I remember being all sad when my older son moved out - again another milestone, but now I have a wonderful d-i-l and precious granddaughter. I love that multiplication thing. :)I am going to wear waterproof mascara though for his graduation - just in case. :)
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