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The Big Picture

I am halfway through my fifth quarter of nursing school with only three more to go. And I cannot even begin to describe what kind of emotional rollercoaster this journey has been. 533 more words

The Space Between the Bones

Over the past year and it’s many transitions I have both risen and fallen with the sun and one persistent, overwhelming thought:

Who AM I and what was I CREATED for? 690 more words


Photo Story Assignment

In this piece I observed Diana Donovan a LPN Nurse at Brookside Multicare Center in Smithtown, New York. She has been a licensed Nurse for over year thirty years in New York State. 521 more words

So you feel alone and scared...

You feel fairly alone. You feel like only your cohorts understand what you’re going through (and sometimes not even all of them). Your family and instructors don’t understand the stress you’re under, how you’re trying to make a perfect grade on everything, how everything relates to each other, how you’re terrified of clinical (not to say everyone is). 252 more words


You are braver than you believe, stronger than you seem, and smarter than you think.

The important thing is to not stop questioning. Curiosity has its own reason for existing.

Albert Einstein

Howdy to all my readers,

How are you all doing, have you been well??

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It's that time of year again...

It’s flu season!


That means it’s time for myths, inaccuracies, and “internet doctors” to try and convince everyone the flu vaccine is evil.

Let’s address some of the foolishness, shall we? 292 more words


Ontario patient's daughter says ’thanks’ to nurse who cared, prayed for him

It’s been more than two years since Loretta Seymour lost her father, but the memory of his final hours remains fresh in her mind.

“He hadn’t eaten in days, hadn’t slept, now he’s on oxygen and huge amounts of morphine for the pain,” she recalled. 608 more words