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Saturday, August 28, 2010

Uniforms

You ever wish you could wear a uniform instead of making decisions about to wear each day when you go to work, or when you send the kids off to school? I loved it when my daughter switched schools and had to wear a uniform, and so did she. Sure made life simplier, less stressful, and frankly cheaper.

I spent a good deal of time at a hospital when Mom was bad before she passed and noticed lots of different types of Hospital Scrub Uniforms. Cute designs, diffent colors and everyone wearing them always looked comfortable. I think some of the departments had their own colors so people could tell who belonged where. Back in the day in my early hospital working career surgery was the place to see nursing scrub uniforms; while other nurses wore the traditional white uniform. Things have changed. I think patients perfer the pretty, bright colorful and cheery uniforms over the scarey sterile white of years past.

Nowdays everyone can wear medical scrubs and uniforms, you don't have to work in the field. It seems it's very stylish now to wear scrubs when out and about; along with pajama's. I must be getting old and out of touch I would never consider wearing my pajama's to go out. What really floors me though it's not just the kids who've forgotten to dress before they leave the house. What's with that? I'll style out of style, thank you and wear my PJ's at home; but... scrubs...hum, they do look comfortable and so cute. How bout you? Someone the other day wearing them told me they didn't have to be ironed and laundered easily. I like easy!

7 comments:

  1. Hi, sweet friend ~
    Sandy, send me your email & I'll tell you HOW TO do Pink Saturday ... it is a snap ... & if dumb old me can do it, so can you.
    Hugs, Marydon
    blushing_rose_boutique@yahoo.com

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  2. I had to wear a uniform as a kid when I attended parochial school and I didn't mind.

    As for P.J.'s....the other day I saw a gal in her P.J's going into the laundromat. Poor thing apparently didn't have anything clean that she could wear. Poor planning, I'd say...lol.

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  3. HI SANDY,
    SCRUBS DO LOOK COMFORTABLE, BUT I DON'T THINK I WOULD WEAR THEM OUT UNLESS I WORKED AT THE KIND OF JOB THAT CALLS FOR SCRUBS. I WAS TEMPTED MANY TIMES IN BUYING THEM. MY DAUGHTER WISHES HER DAUGHTERS HAD SCHOOL UNIFORMS, SO MUCH EASIER.....AND THE PJ'S, I SEE THESE TEENAGERS TODAY WITH THEIR PJ'S ON GOING TO SCHOOL. THEY GET AWAY WITH IT. I THINK BECAUSE THEY WEAR THOSE CRAZY COTTON PANTS AND A TEE, WHICH THEY WORE TO BED....WHAT ELSE IS NEXT IN THIS WORLD OF OURS. HAVE A NICE DAY. RIZZI

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  4. Hi Sandy, I would love to wear a uniform at work sometimes. That would definitely one less decision to make that day....Have a great week!

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  5. Hi, Sandie. Grammy from Corgi Country or A Country Grammy here. I've been looking through your blogs to get to know you better, and liking what I see! Thanks for dropping by!

    I've only bought one top in the past 3-5 years. I like bright colors and patterns and they don't make them in my size, so I usually sew them myself.

    MMMMmmm... have you seen some of the new little throws or blankets that people are making out of fleece material, just making cuts along the edges and then just tying them or maybe adding a bead or two and then tying them? I wonder if that would make some cute scarves? What do you think?

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  6. Thanks Marydon, I really need to do some follow up with that.

    Ocmist, yes I think they would make nice scarves.
    Sandy

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  7. I work at a preschool and we decided this year to wear a "uniform" Best decision ever!! We picked our own shirts (shades of blue) and we had them all embroidered with a matching logo...Makes for a much easier morning!

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