Looking at Lisa's post I see it was supposed to be seven things...opps. I have five, four from work and one from home... forgive my exhaustion.
Kimwipes have been around since I was in college 100 years ago. They say delicate but they are far from it. They are like sandpaper. If you have a cold DO NOT use them. Although a handy tissue size they are for spills, the roughness will remove your nose.
This signs shows where the eyewash station is in the lab. There are two in fact. I had to use it once and was drenched to my waist.
I guess it looks kinda yellow but it is green. Our lab has a million [and I do not exaggerate] clipboards. We have to keep track of everything. This list is what the night shift is responsible for every shift...and it is the longest in the lab.
This roll of stickers is to place on blood products that .... you guessed it can't go in the fridge or cooler. Blood leaves the lab in coolers often and the nurses/docs want to put the platelets in there too. So we literally cover the product with these and hope they stay at room temperature. Believe it or not it doesn't alway work.. sigh
These plants are in my front bay window. In the background is a Snake plant and the foreground is a Thanksgiving cactus. They spend the summer outside and we mostly remember to bring them in before the frost. The cactus blooms beautifully like this every year despite the abuse it gets. Fun fact, the Snake plant is also called "mother in laws tongue" because you can't kill it...the cactus was given to me by my mil... interesting ...and my mil......she will be 95 years old this year!!
There you go, a bit of the green in my life.....what about yours??