Always do your best. What you plant now, you will harvest later.
I always do this. I start a blog, get busy and end up ditching it.
Long story short, I started nursing school and have met some of the best people… probably people that I will be friends with not only through the course of this program, but for life. This semester alone has pushed me to try harder than I ever have in school. The quote above has really been my motto for the past few months. I’ve tried so hard, and am finally seeing my possible harvests. I have secured three solid A’s already, and have the possibility of getting solid A’s in the other two classes (albeit the hardest ones). If I achieve this, I would have my first ever 4.0 since high school. However, I am pretty sure I can at least earn an A-, since it would require me to tank the tests to not. I’m proud of myself and I am proud of all the focus and concentration I have been able to muster.
I tell myself everyday to appreciate this time in my life. Although stressful, it will only happen once.
Appreciate your life today. It could be gone tomorrow!
I can’t believe how much has changed within the past year. If you have known me since the early blog days, you will know that I have been trying oh so hard to get into nursing school and that I have always dreamed of raising a beautiful family. Well, everything is happening all at once now (no babies, but I am getting married)!
I never would have imagined that my year would turn out like this. I’m set to get married in about four months – and the wedding planning is SO stressful right now – and I’ve also been accepted into a nursing program, albeit a bachelors program. Last week, I was granted an interview with an excellent university that has a great entry level masters program in case management and I was beyond ecstatic (and extremely nervous to boot). This morning, I was also offered another interview for the same school’s nurse practitioner program… two days before the case management interview. I know I shouldn’t be complaining, especially since my dreams and goals are finally being achieved, but man… what great timing!
Almost everyday, I am constantly dealing with wedding stuff and decisions. E-mails, phone calls, pigeon carrier… it doesn’t matter, everything is congested! I know, however, that our wedding in June will be beautiful and worth all of the effort. I’ve got most of the major vendors down and am practically so poor that I can’t even afford to buy food. However, I figure fruits and veggies are cheap and help me burn off those pounds. I’m slowly losing them, but I’ve still got a long way to go.
I don’t even know what to say regarding the interviews. It’s a huge mess in my head right now since I have waited so long for these opportunities. I have learned so much from the past few years, and I hope they can see it. I’m not what it appears to be on my Berkeley transcript… i’m so much more.
In the midst of all this, I’ve kept up with physiology and photography and am working. Those things aren’t nearly as stressful as everything else, though. In fact, they pretty much offer me an escape. I’m so excited to see what is to come of this year… this year will be monumental and life changing. I can feel it…