Thursday, November 17, 2005


12 chapter test! Care Plan! 5 hour take-home test! Pharmacology test! Labor and delivery in clinicals! Teaching Paper! Bib cards! Busy! Aaaaaaaaaahhhhhhhhhhhhhhgggggggggggggggg!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


LarryandJean said...

And in your spare time, what do you do for leisure activities?

Hey! I have an idea! How about spending an extra 9 - 12 hours a week doing something really fun - like choir!

OK. Crawling back into my hole to get ready for another day of work.

Mama Bird said...

To paraphrase a saying I once heard, "There is a life after Nursing School...and it's a good one!"

Hold on to that thought!

Allan said...

"Don't Panic" - The HHG2G

Believe it or not, this is supposed to happen.

At work, there are days, weeks, and even months where you have projects and projects and more projects handed to you until you start looking and feeling like deep fried tofu.

It is an important skill then to learn to like deep fried tofu. Ha ha ..

Ahem. In all seriousness, developing skills to survive and manage your energies during semi-extended periods of crises is an important part of any education these days. Having family and friends to pray for you doesn't hurt either.

Qwerty said...

That... actually help. Hey, you'e good!

Allan said...

Well, it's pretty much what the OC said in his comment a couple of posts back. You'll be "hardened" for the real world of work.

Along the way, I've learned: "Work when it's time to work. Play when it's time to play. Worship when it's time to worship. Rest when it's time to rest. Don't mix them up, or you'll never have the satisfaction of any of them."