Tuesday, May 27, 2008


If you have not heard, Shaun and Melinda are having a GIRL and we are all very excited for her arrival, so come and have a visit with the soon-to-be mother and excited friends and family.

WHEN: Saturday, May 31
TIME: 12:00 - 2:00 pm
WHERE: 295 North 2860 E Circle
Given by: Suzana Whitney & Christine Hansen

This is an open house for Melinda. There will be a light lunch and dessert, so please come and visit for as long as you can! We look forward to seeing you.

If you have any questions or need directions, please call Suzana at 628-5707 or Christine at 688-1016.


Where: Heather's House

When: Saturday, May 31
Time: 7:00pm

**Adults Only**

Entertainment will be provided by the Village People!

There will also be an amazing chocolate fountain.

Wednesday, May 21, 2008

The Norman family has grown by 2 feet!

Baby boy Parker Norman arrived May 16th, 2008 at 5:27 PM. Proud parents Brock and Angie, and little sis Lainee are thrilled at his arrival. He weighed in at 8 lbs 3 oz, and was 20" long. They stopped by today to show off the little bundle, and he is VERY adorable! Congrats, Brock and Ang!

Thursday, May 8, 2008

Christie's Baby Shower

Tuesday, May 6, 2008

Lauren Demas

Monday, May 5, 2008

BABY SHOWER (updated 5/5/08 10:50am)

Baby shower for
Baby BOY Olsen
Wednesday, May 7
2:00 pm
Radiology Break Room
Check in the radiology control room for a sign up sheet if you will be able to bring some food for the party. Thanks for all of your help and come join us this Wednesday for a party extravaganza!

Saturday, May 3, 2008

We love bodily fluids!

I thought we all went into radiology because we didn't want to deal with the bodily fluids that nurses have to deal with? Today made us all contemplate whether that decision was wise, as we all got to deal with our own fair share of bodily fluids. We were lucky enough to experience a variety of fluids, including but not limited to: fluid from a broken catheter bag(sorry Mr. Transporter), fluid from a BE gone wrong(sorry Libby's shoes), fluid from a LARGE scalp lac(complete with chunky clots), fluid from the mouths of patients strapped to backboards, etc, etc, etc. It was a challenging day, but somehow we all survived. Oh, to be a radiology tech!