Monday, August 15, 2005

Goodbye Freedom

Hello nursing school. I begin my 2nd to last semester of nursing school today, the first day of my last year. I kick off the festivities with a clinical rotation at SJRMC from 1:00 - 10:00 pm. Woo freakin hoo.
I have heard that this is the easiest semester, so that's comforting. And it's not like I don't like nursing school, it's just that it's such a big time committment. I may have been enjoying myself and my free time a little too much this summer. It was a great summer and I had a lot of fun- even at work!
Tomorrow I will be one day closer to graduating and heading off into the "real world" (again). I will be able to put into practice all that I've learned the past 2 years in order to help people. That, my friends, makes me happy.

10 comments:

Kristen said...

Getting back into the swing of things is always hard, although Nate would take school over work any day. Maybe somethings wrong with him? Let us know how it goes!

ma ma j said...

I'd take school over work too. My dad was the same.

Randy said...

I would take sitting on my butt rather than either one of those any day.

The One and Only Bugg said...

Well, my first day of school wasn't too bad. Other than a death in the family, it was a noneventful day. I am now excited and prepared to go forward and am ready to hit the books again. Whew! I even got out early. Now I more time to prepare for Muscle's funeral tonight.

Nate said...

"Other than a death in the family, it was a noneventful day." - without knowing the context you sound like a cold hearted beast. With knowing that's pretty darn funny.

ma ma j said...

HMMM. Cold hearted beast? Pretty darn funny? Which one describes Kristi? How about a pretty darn funny cold hearted beast?

Martha said...

Glad to hear it went smoothly. Hope I can say the same words nest Monday afternoon. I need to practice my "I'm not going to take your crap" face.

The One and Only Bugg said...

Hey Martha- you want me to come over to do a run-through with you of your "I'm not going to take your crap" face?

Martha said...

I have been so busy and overloaded with last minute stuff, I think I've been giving it out all week. Did you notice how the kids were in the car yesterday? Unfortunately they have seen that face and often choose to ignore it. Especially when I can't reach them or when others are in the car.

The One and Only Bugg said...

As Randy would say, I could "butter up a slice of back hand and show 'em who's boss"! Ha ha ha. No- they were fine. A little loud, but whatever! They're kids. :-)