Oh! Hello there, nice to be here on this little corner of the internet with you again. Let me debrief you on some recent happenings! First: This nut moved a wide 2-hours away from the Nest to Hershey, PA for a (hopefully) sweet finale to 4 years of life living in the circus show! (Also referred to as nursing school..I prefer the more descriptive title) Let me fully disclose I’ve been and continue to be a stubborn brat about the whole ordeal just because. Cripes! Rebecca! You stayed in your hometown 3 extra years than necessary because it was easy (there were other incentives, but let’s be real, I did take the “safe” route) and suddenly you’re throwing a hissy fit over having to move just 2 hours away for 7ish months?!? Babies take longer to cook than you will be in Hershey. It’s not like many other 20-something humans did this years ago and had to move somewhere they weren’t familiar with, PLUS many of them went much further than a 2-hour drive! Suck it up buttercup–welcome to the grandparents of Reality TV…real life! Where we do things we don’t want to do like it’s our job, because often it IS. And more often these things are privileges and blessings we don’t want because they come in forms we didn’t “order”. Typical.
OK my rant-to-self is done, thanks for sticking by!
So! About a month ago I was academically abducted from my little space shuttle nest here:
……And went Nursing Camp!
Guys! We aren’t Kansas anymore…
The Stages of Denial
Nursing Camp, (Hershey, PA) is essentially a small retirement community for 20-somethings in the middle of a corn field. Hence the accurate description of the “campers” as: Children of the Corn.
There’s a hospital too. A nice one!
Weekly Activities (Class Descriptions):
Med-Surg Round 2: ANNNDD there’s That Look again!
Professional Development (aka ‘Scary Story Night’): How many ways can you loose your license?! Calculators couldn’t handle the truth!
Mental Health: Where you realize you’re more suited to be a patient here than the professional.
Nice to be seeing you again! Hope your September is swell.