It’s exhausting, it’s exhilerating, it’s frustrating, it’s rewarding, it’s unpredictable, it’s scary, it can be humorous, it can be heartbreaking, sometimes it’s smelly…
It’s going to take me a while to get used to it, and it’s going to take a long time to get good at it, but there’s no question about it, I love my job.
And it has only just begun!!
Here’s to the best RN in the tri-state area!!!!!!
Miss you and will see you in May when Aunt Sam and I soar into town to celebrate a milestone in our Nursing career!!
Go for it–Take the profession by storm and show the world the way it should be done!!!!!
Love ya–Your American “Mom”
Awww, that was a sweet compliment, thank you. And thank you for all the brain storming sessions about nursing and all things related. I especially enjoy our conversations on ethics, and I have a lot more to talk to you about now that I am actually dealing with direct pt issues.
I look forward to seeing you and Aunt Sam in May!! Hope you’ll both have time to come over and grill some steaks with us in the back patio and have some drinks.