2015 NACLNC® Conference Cruise Update – Day 5: Aruba – Need I Say More?

Yesterday was our first full day of 2015 NACLNC Conference Sessions. My opening, 10 Game-Changing Questions Every Certified Legal Nurse Consultant Must Ask, created some thought-provoking comments among the CLNC® consultants.

The continuing education sessions were incredible. We have such a smart group of CLNC Pros presenting and CLNC consultants attending. I am just marveling over the collected intelligence and experience of the Certified Legal Nurse Consultants on board this ship. It makes me proud to be a registered nurse and prouder to know so many successful CLNC consultants.

After so much fun learning and networking yesterday, I’m heading out to stroll the outdoor markets here in Oranjestad, Aruba and then find the perfect beach hammock. It’s a perfect day for the beach. In keeping with our NACLNC Conference theme of Hammocks, High Seas & CLNCs I’m going to get some hammock-time and spend the day relaxing in the shade.

Here’s something fun. No matter how hot it gets here in Oranjestad we’ll get to cool off tonight at a really special event. Just before our networking dinner, we have the Ice Show in Studio B on Deck 3 at 7:00pm. Remember to get there early so you can sit with your CLNC colleagues in our NACLNC seating section. With any luck they’ll ask for volunteers for that crazy spinning routine they do while holding a skater by the ankle. One of my staff is aching to try it. Can you guess who?

Tomorrow’s another day and our final port city – Willemstad, Curacao so I’m going to need all my hammock-induced energy to explore the town.

More tomorrow!

P.S. See you on the beach!

P.P.S. Comment here and share the weather where you are (I won’t be jealous).

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