Mama Used To Say

This blog needs some invigoration, in my opinion.

Let me provide an upbeat music video from the early 1980s to do just that:

For the majority of us who read this blog, our mothers provided us with the majority of our common sense and understanding of the world around us. I know that my mother did that for me.

The Mother of Christ must have done the same for Him. Wasn’t/Isn’t She Wonderful??

Mothers are the most special human beings of all, after their newborn children.

I make this statement as an obstetric anaesthetist, a minor player in the whole drama.

 

About Brother Burrito

A sinner who hopes in God's Mercy, and who cannot stop smiling since realizing that Christ IS the Way , the Truth and the Life. Alleluia!
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5 Responses to Mama Used To Say

  1. mmvc says:

    This blog needs some invigoration, in my opinion.

    I’m glad that’s just your opinion, BB ;o)!

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  2. Brother Burrito says:

    Hi dear mmvc, God love you.

    I’m glad too. I would hate to be some kind of dictator.

    My poor contribution to the ever-effervescing debate is moot enough for me!

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  3. mmvc says:

    😊

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  4. johnhenrycn says:

    What’s the difference between ‘anesthetist’ and ‘anesthesiologist’?

    The former term is used throughout the world, particularly in Britain, to designate “one who administers an anaesthetic”, and can include both nurses and doctors. In Canada, only trained physicians provide anesthetic services, so the Canadian Anaesthetists’ Society adopted the designation “anesthesiologist” to separate physician specialists from others, such as RNs and/or nurse practitioners. In Canada, nurses can be part of the anesthesia team, but not to actually administer anesthesia.
    http://www.cas.ca/English/who-are-anesthesiologists
    My late father always called himself an anesthesiologist, even though he was an M.D. He never called himself an anaesthetist, because his training (two months) was far less intense and detailed than Burr’s would have been. I recall he was asked to retire (at age 70) after the last person who fell asleep during an operation in which he was part of the team was himself.

    Here endeth the lesson.

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  5. johnhenrycn says:

    “Mama (sic) Used To Say”
    I’m not a “Junior” junkie, but Mamma Said There’ll Be Days Like This, so okay:

    Happy Eid al-Fitr 2018 to all Muslim fans of this blog!

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