Seems fair. Each time a book gets lost they’ve got to mark it as lost, find another source (some books might not be on Amazon!), organize delivery times that fall in line with library times, get the University credit card, get authorization to buy the book, register the book, put in whatever library ownerships bits and the time stamp page, take it out and put it back on the shelves.
As previous commenter suggested – don’t lose books!
It REALLY isn’t that hard to not lose a book. I mean, if you’re unable to not lose a book, maybe you’re degree might be a little bit beyond you
You all have to pay attention. Of course that was the lovely Nurse Hicks! My heart jumped when I sawr ( how you Brits pronounce SAW) her as she brought so much interest & verve to this show. Nurse Monica really infused this show with dimension & color (pun NOT intended) and I wondered if the writers had reclaimed their spines but no, it was just s chance encounter with Nurse Monica revealing how the experience w/ Endeavour had left her (sad & empty) and she did say to him that she hoped he treated the “next one” better than he treated their relationship. To bad indeed!
Went to see God’s Own Country with my best mate. We loved it and haven’t stopped talking about it since. Thanks for a great review.
Having seen the film twice now I think this is such an excellent review. The performances of the two lead characters blew me away.
It was the same woman – whether she was supposed to be Nurse Hicks or not, I would have to check the credits. When I saw them in one scene face to face, I watched them carefully to see if they would acknowledge the previous situation, and I did not see that they did more than look only a second longer than necessary. ?????
Wasn’t that Hicks in hospital scenes as nurse to kidnapped girl? Sure did look like her.