Thursday, June 9, 2011


Ahh. You may or may not be wondering where in the heck I have been for the last month!

I have been busy! I took my trip to Washington state to visit my friend Haley. I stayed on McChord AFB for the time. It was awesome. I seen Mt. Raineer, we went to Gig Harbor, and The Point. It was a really nice stay. I wish I could go back already, I miss them. It was also so nice there! It is so hot in OK! I have been dying!

I took the JOB at the AWESOME hospital! I moved back in with family, and let me just say it is not a great idea to do when your already married and out. It would have been better for me to just take the crappier the job I took pays 2.50 less! I did not know this at the time or I would have picked the other job. I will say that I have had a great experience though! I have worked in ICU, and tomorrow I am working in ACU (Pre-Op). I have always been interested in surgery. I have rotations in OB, Nursery, Surgery, ER, and some more in ICU. I really LOVE LOVE LOVE ICU with a passion. It is hard to work in ICU as a brand new nurse with no experience though so I don't know how easy it will be to get a job fresh out of college. I really don't want to work on the floor though. We will see. I don't graduate for another 11 months! I am more than ready.

I have some even better news! I can't go into details though but I can say that instead of going to Afghanistan my hubby will be spending time in Kuwait and Iraq. I was really happy with this news until I realized that there are at least 6 deaths that I know of that have happened in Iraq in the last few weeks.

Well leave some comments! I just got the internet turned on here at my familys house so I will be on more!  Got to go for now though, I have to wake up at 0430 in order to make it to work on time!


  1. I am so happy for you... keep up the great work.
    And the news about your hubby... that's also awesome. Still will be dangerous, but better than the other hell hole.

    Take care!


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