"Listen to the mustn'ts child, listen to the don'ts. Listen to the shouldn'ts, the impossibles, the won'ts. Listen to the never haves, then listen close to me....Anything can happen child. Anything can be." Shel Silverstein
"She believed she could, so she did." R.S. Grey

“What if I Fall? Oh, but my darling what if you fly?” Erin Hanson












Monday, December 15, 2014

Pinning again...

This weekend my nursing bestie graduated from Nursing school! I am so proud of him! It was so neat being at pinning again, but this time in the audience. I can remember how it felt sitting there waiting to get your pin, knowing that this was the culmination of everything you had worked so hard for. I can hardly believe it's been 7 months since I was the one walking across that stage getting my beloved pin. Here is a pic of me on my way to pinning :D



It was a great night and I even got to see some of my classmates. I can't believe how much I miss all of them! We all said we need to get together soon & I plan on making that happen. I really love those people and let's be real, the only people that can truly understand the hell that you had to go through for those 2 1/2 years are the nursing peeps that went through it with you.
Speaking of being out of school, it's so weird. Being out of school and just working is such a different pace. There's no more deadlines looming over your head, you just work and come home and life goes on at, dare I say, a normal pace? It's still hard sometimes to think "Oh I don't HAVE to get this done right this minute, I can do it tomorrow" because tomorrow isn't full of studying, or writing a paper, or going to clinical or class. I mean it's just too weird, but after 7 months I'm getting used to it. Of course if all goes well (I'm still crossing my fingers) then all of that will change again in 6 months...We'll see I guess...
Oh btw, my friend that was "moonlighting" in HH has made the switch. She turned in her notice two weeks ago & she is out of here! She switched 100% to HH nursing. I can't wait to hear how it REALLY is once she actually gets into it. Me on the hand, I'm still chugging away in Med/Surg, but I'm also working half of my time right now in Rehab. One of our nurses is out of commission for a while down there, so I have been picking up shifts in that dept. I really like it, although it's a much slower pace than Med/Surg and not as much nursing going on, but change is good, and I like learning new things.
Anyhoo, that's what's been going on in this neck of the woods, not too terribly exciting, but that's ok too.
I hope everyone has a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!!