Soundtrack: Drive by Halsey Last night, I finally went out with co-workers after our shift ended. It felt so good to actually go out with people. It was a nice dinner and it was great to be invited to another event at a later date! It felt good to break the cycle of go to work, get stressed, go home, shower, sleep, do it all … Continue reading Socializing & Updates
Recently, Brandon has been annoyed with me. Over everything. I can be annoying at times, I won’t deny that at all. He just keeps acting like I’m in his way almost. Example 1: It is 11:10pm and he got home at 6pm. We came into my office and said hey. He did put his hands on my shoulders and asked if I was ready to … Continue reading Everyone needs space
I CONSTANTLY go back and forth on the idea of bringing a child into this world. Now everyone is so sensitive and politically correct. It drives me mad. There is 50 different sexual orientations and god forbid you “assume” someone is a male or female. Let me just say this, “I DON’T GIVE A DAMN WHAT YOU DO.” I don’t care what you believe is … Continue reading Nobody gives a crap about Kathy Griffin
Soundtrack: Nobody can save me now by Linkin Park With everything that’s been going on the past few weeks, I’m strangely keeping it together. Usually, I cry and get uncontrollably upset, but I find that all the bullshit doesn’t bother me. I’m just unsure if that’s a good thing or a bad thing? I’m one to lose sleep over things. I think about everything and … Continue reading Strangely Calm
Soundtrack: “Perfect” by Pink Ever since nursing school started in 2014, it has literally been my life. I think about my job way too often and I find that at times, I can’t enjoy what is happening around me. I can’t shut my brain off from it 95% of the time. Now, I am hoping this is something that happens in your first year or … Continue reading Common Interests?
Today I saved a life. My patient was supposed to go home after a knee replacement. The patients oxygen was dropping into the low 80’s unless they had 2 liters of oxygen on. I called the doctor. I’m not comfortable with this. I’m doing what I can. The patient is not short of breathe, no chest pain. I call again later. I’m not happy with … Continue reading Today, I saved a life.