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CNA class....

So I just went for my group interview for the position in the CNA class two towns over from me. So, ok in case I haven't mentioned it before, I HATE getting up early. Absolutely HATE it. I am NOT a morning person. I like to stay up late and get up NO earlier than 7:00 am. So what do I find out today in the interview? Oh that there may be days when I have to be there as early as 6:30. Well guess what? That place is an hour from me, meaning, yep you guessed it. I will have to leave at 5:30 in the morning!! Are you freaking kidding me!! 5:30 in the morning is still considered NIGHT in my book. That's not a decent hour to be up and driving on the streets!! And guess what else that means? It means I'll have to WAKE up at 5:00 am. ARE THEY INSANE!!! I mean seriously, why can't shift change be at a decent hour like 10:00? What's wrong with that? Lord thank you that the class is only 3 1/2 weeks long. Oh my goodness. And before you say it. Yes I know there are probably going to be days like that in nursing school as well, but the difference is, I WANT to be a nurse!! Being a CNA is just a back up plan. :) Wait, that didn't come out right. It's a back up plan in case I actually have to get a job. Otherwise, I probably won't be working as a CNA, as I'm hoping not to have to work while in school. But, we'll see. Anyhoo, I still have to wait to see if I even get into the CNA class anyway. Too bad the scrubs you have to wear there aren't the same color as the scrubs I'll have to wear at Blarvard. Oh well.

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