RISE people. When all seems lost, when hope is low, and adversity seems high choose to RISE. I am done with my third semester, and I am so excited to recharge for the next three weeks and then win win win all of my fourth and final semester.
RECAP of summer semester
PEDS: crap show! The school must have been overwhelmed because they weren't doing shiggidy. I doubt anyone was able to go to clinical. I got a 66 on my first exam, 92 on my second exam, 94 on the final, and a level 3 on my ATI. I ended with a B in the class
Mental Health: better, much better. For the first time in my nursing school experience the teacher actually taught. I learned because she taught not because I read 50 million pages. I ended this class with an A.
OB: The best. Before this class I was struggling between wanting to be in ER vs OB. I am now 100% convinced that I was meant to be a labor and delivery nurse. Tomlinson is literally the best, and I hope you get to experience class with her. I ended with an A in this class as well.
Community Health: why in the H -E - Double -Hockey - Sticks would they make us do so much work for a 1 credit pass/fail class. I don't understand. I will never understand. And if given the opportunity I will run an entire campaign to get this class redone so none of the busy work is required. Ya'll play too much.
Anyways, we outside for 3 whole weeks! Outside. Acting up. Max boogie status. By outside I mean inside watching Netflix. By acting up I mean making Tik Tok videos. By max boogie status I mean wearing my favorite Minnie mouse pajamas all day for no reason.
I am Jamerican, proud mom to the cutest little nugget, and I am a nursing student. I started a Youtube Channel to document life and this blog is my channel's compliment. Simply put Youtube is my LECTURE and this website is the LAB.
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