One More Gift for Certified Legal Nurse Consultants and Registered Nurses

One More Gift for Certified Legal Nurse Consultants and Registered Nurses

Merry Christmas to all Certified Legal Nurse Consultants and Registered Nurses. I’m guessing you and your loved ones have already opened all of the presents under the tree. This means you’re either sitting amongst the litter of discarded wrapping paper and broken ornaments, hoping for a second cup of coffee (or another spiked glass of egg nog!) or you’re heading to the dinner table anxiously awaiting the holiday feast and turkey-tryptophan coma that follows.

Either way, I hope you delighted in each and every gift and moment. You’re not done yet, there’s one more gift – my holiday video message. I think it’s pretty special because I know just how special you are and want you to know it too.

Blessings and love to you this holiday season.

Merry Christmas,

P.S. Comment and share your blessings for Certified Legal Nurse Consultants and Registered Nurses.

20 thoughts on “One More Gift for Certified Legal Nurse Consultants and Registered Nurses

  1. THANK YOU VICKIE!!
    YOU ARE A ROCK STAR!!!!
    LOVE your Xmas video…
    Sending Much Love & Peace XO
    Kathlyne Markham

  2. Merry Christmas, Vickie and Tom! What a terrific idea, to save all of us that think we can do it all. I will share this with friends in the hope that they will also take the “gift” to heart. Thanks for your support and passion and letting us know that we can’t do it alone, we aren’t good to anyone if we aren’t good to ourselves first.

  3. Merry Christmas Vikie and family. Vikie,you are the best gift I ever received. I’m glad to be a part of your team. Thanks for your awesome Christmas gift
    Love

  4. Merry Christmas to all of my fellow nurses wherever you may be this holiday season. Happy Holidays to you Vickie and your family. Still hoping to some day afford to purchase your legal nurse consulting courses.
    Ah well I will put it on my list.
    Linda

  5. Thanks for the great thoughts, Vickie. It’s absolutely true. This will be the year of doing. No more Excuses!
    Merry Christmas to you and your family and a happy, healthy and successful New Year to all!

  6. Vickie, Merry Christmas to you and your family. I also thank you for the reminder to care for our temple which is property of JESUS.

  7. Dear Vickie and Tom,
    May you both be blessed for your year long giving ways to CLNC® consultants and nurses across America. Have a great 2015!

  8. Merry Christmas, Vickie – thank you for your oh so timely message! This is my year to make changes in my personal and professional lives, and to really work on my CLNC® business. May you – and all my nurse colleagues- have a happy, safe, and prosperous new year!

  9. Very inspiring Vickie. I am a new comer. Just received your package Christmas eve. Very excited. Looking forward to meeting you in Orlando this spring. I am Getting Started!!!! Whoo Hoo.. Thank you

    God Peace
    Anita

  10. After an extremely tough year your message is very welcome. May God grant you peace and grace through the coming year. Hope your holiday was wonderful and filled with joy! Keeping you and Tom in my thoughts and prayers.

  11. I love the encouraging video Vickie, to all of us nurses and CLNC Consultants across the nation. We do have to take care of our selves despite the conditions we may work in.

    Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! 2014 was a good year for me and 2015 will be even better.

  12. Thank you Vicki. I am very junior student in the CLNC program but I love it and your commitment to giving us other options to use our knowledge. May you and your family have a wonderful New Year as well as all nurses everywhere.

  13. Vickie, thank you for this message. A VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS TO YOU AND YOURS AND A SUCCESSFUL, PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR.

    God Bless. Lynette

  14. Happy Holiday’s
    Here is to a Very Prosperous 2015 for all.
    Committed to growth this year.

    God Bless,
    Bev

  15. Vickie, your “Turkey-Tryptophan” comment reminded me of something when I was team driving an 18 wheeler coast to coast:
    As a nurse, I told every trucker I came across during the holidays to eat turkey before nap time and not before driving. They asked me why and I told them about the tryptophan chemical changes to the brain causing drowsiness while driving. Some drivers admitted to feeling drowsy while driving and could not figure out why. Hopefully my input made the roads safer for four wheelers and 18 wheelers.

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