Sunday, March 23, 2008

Doctor's wife, bored

So this doctor wife agreed to do a stretch over easter in the Icelandic West Fjords. The trip there was on the smallest airplane I have ever been on, 9 seater, but now I am here and It is beautiful, admitted (see picture).
But I am starting to get a little bored. Just a little. No stores are open because of easter, pool is closed and I have taken every possible walk in this town.
While my doctor husband is busy healing the local population I make morning coffee for him, cook and do dishes and then some homework to remind me that I have a life of my own.
If he continues to ship the locals out of here on the ambulance air plane at the current rate, this 600 people town will depopulated in a couple of years.

Monday, February 25, 2008

Going International

I have found again a picture of nurse. How comes that all representation of nurses look like the previous picture? I think this is just picturing the truth. Anyway...

With Hanne as doctor wives we deciced to go international. We decided to leave our local scale and our local devilish nurses to go international. We are going to Canada. The great Canada. Country of Pamela Anderson (yes she is not american) and Celine Dion.

We are becoming International Doctor´s wives / Doctor´s wife 2.o world version. We are so cool and the nurses suck so much.

Anyway we are working on a project concerning cars and traffic pollution in Reykjavík. Our stone against global warming. It will also allow us to collect data about toxic gas, wich could be use later to get rid of nurses. If there is an epidemic of car-garage death, we deny any responsability.

Virgile, proud doctor world wife

Saturday, February 23, 2008

It's been a good year

For us doctor's wives, 2007 has been a good year. Many have expressed sympathy with our cause and we have met many fellow doctor's spouses who might join the cause. This is all good. Some things are bad though.
In this particular blogpost I would like to commemorate and pay hommage to one of the most prominent examples of this year of a desperate doctor's wife.
She called an Icelandic radioshow in December and was at first talking about the state of the world, famine, disease (DRSW's care about these things, you know) but then in the end, she could no longer keep it in and expressed that she would particularly like to send a message to the nurse in the psychiatric hospital that was fucking her husband.
Strictly speaking I do not know if he was a doctor, but if he was, then this woman is truly our sister.

The fight continues in 2008. We never give up.