Mid-Semester Review

It is really hard to believe that we are in the middle of the 8th week of our first semester of Nursing School. I don’t understand how time can go so fast when it feels like it is going so slow at the same time, (each week feels slower than the last. To me at least). It is already almost November! I think that means that things are about to get really crazy for us. We only have 7 or 8 weeks left, and that may seem like a lot, but when you look at everything we have left to do for each of our classes, then it’s not much time at all. We have one class we haven’t even started yet! I think that class handles all of the professionalism and ethics of nursing…and I think that’s where all the paper writing comes into play. I have to see if I even remember how to write a paper other than a lab report or a nursing school application essay. I don’t think it will be bad though, it can’t be too bad since we only have it 6 times once a week.
Hopefully everyone had a great fall break. I know I did. I saw two of my best friends get married after a million years of dating. It was wonderful: I love weddings. Other than that, I didn’t do anything…and it was awesome. A weekend of not stressing out about school is really nice every once in a while, and I don’t think we are going to get another one of those until December decides to get here. Hopefully no one’s break was ruined after finding out their test grades for our Integrated class. Mine was made better, thank goodness.
But now it’s time for us to buckle down again and study for the two exams we have coming up next week. I’m happy about it though because that means that we are almost done with Health Assessment! Can’t wait to be done with that class. Not because it’s hard, but just because there is so much to do for it in such a small amount of time. Just gonna start studying, studying, studying til Monday morning rolls around, while taking breaks to go tour wedding reception locations with my fiancé this weekend (which I’m stoked about), and watch my brother play in our high school’s homecoming game. Fun weekend ahead. I’m not going to let the stresses of nursing school get the best of me: I make sure I have time for fun and to see those people who mean the most to me. I hope all of you do too.

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