still hoping to get to know you - page 2

:wavey: :confused: :nurse: ok we ct. nurses are lagging behind in posting here. am hoping to read more from all of you in hopes of getting to know you. guess i will start things off. i am an obgyn... Read More

  1. by   ivsandy
    you will be ok and I am confident you will get that 90. I know all about the stresses and bad instructors. Thank god there are drugs to help us thru this life whether physical or emotionally needed. Let me know how you make out Wed.
  2. by   BETSRN
    Hi. I am Betsy and I am an LDRP RN. I have been in labor/delivery for about 12 years now and an RN for 20 years.I am also a childbirth educator and lactation specialist. I love what I do. I always have trouble finding the boards for each state. I was lucky this morning!
  3. by   ivsandy
    Quote from betsrn
    hi. i am betsy and i am an ldrp rn. i have been in labor/delivery for about 12 years now and an rn for 20 years.i am also a childbirth educator and lactation specialist. i love what i do. i always have trouble finding the boards for each state. i was lucky this morning!
    nice to meet a fellow obgyn nurse from ct. i love the office side of this speciality. i love to get the young kids and the older ladies through this exam.....lord knows it is sometimes a traumatic event in our lives.
    hope to see you around and maybe chat with you at some point.
  4. by   kielbasi23
    i am currently on a travel assignment in nc and can't wait to come back home to ct. i guess i'm a ct girla t heart.
  5. by   ivsandy
    i have been up and down the east coast,1st with my dad in the navy and then to virginia for 4 years with th dh. but we came back to ct. every time because we love it so. have thought off and on about going south again when we retire but have decided that we will have to rethink hurricane alley again after this season.i live in the southeastern part of ct. where will you come home to?undefinedundefined
  6. by   nickysdestiny
    Hey fellow nurses and nursing students!!! I am from manchester and am currently in LPN school and loving it. We just started Med-Surg in sept and our clinical rotation at ST. Fran. would love to chat with other students and nurses and see what everyone is up to
  7. by   wam79
    I don't live in CT antmore ,but I am from CT. Glad I came across this forum . I,m from fairfield county. Raised there and got my first nursing job there (Stamford Hospital). moved away in 1993 mostly because I wanted to be someplace warm :chuckle Still have family and friends there and try to visit when I can. I have my RN now and work in Acute Psych.
    Anyhow to the folks who will be going to CT your lucky. If I was to move to the mainland US again I would go to CT befor any place else.
  8. by   ivsandy
    hello to you new posters. i will gladly talk all day about connecticut and the great nurses and nursing students that are here. i often thought of retiring to someplace warmer when the time comes but this year i am thinking that florida is not the place . if i didn't love the ocean so ,i might consider arizona. but i have the feeling i will stay in my fave state til i die.
  9. by   cruisinRN
    Hi,

    I've lived here all 40yrs of my life! RN for 18yrs. Have done many different types of nurisng jobs, and trying to figure out what to do next. Have had a couple of job related injuries, and no longer can work critical care. I do have an interest in pre/post op ambulatory surgery. Doing Camp Nursing for the second summer, and would like to find a new RN position in September. Currently work per diem in LTC-which is awful!

    Take care,
    CJ
  10. by   CTRNstudent
    :behindpc: Hi all. I'm so glad to see this board and that there is a specific Connecticut board. I was recently accepted into the St. Vincent's "Extended Program". I will be taking Biology/Chemistry at HCC because it has been over 7 years since my last science class (sort of). After aceing those courses, I will start at St. V's in January 2006. I am 30 something and I hope that all of my brain cells will be fresh enough to retain all this new information.

    I have already read most of your posts and I look forward to getting involved and getting to know all of you better in the future. :hatparty:

    P.S. I welcome all advice and information. Thank you.
  11. by   Jessy_RN
    Quote from ivsandy
    hello to you new posters. i will gladly talk all day about connecticut and the great nurses and nursing students that are here. i often thought of retiring to someplace warmer when the time comes but this year i am thinking that florida is not the place . if i didn't love the ocean so ,i might consider arizona. but i have the feeling i will stay in my fave state til i die.
    i moved to ct from az, i am contemplating going back as soon as i finish nursing shcool. sedona and prescott are beautiful places to live. good luck
  12. by   Ladybug10
    Hello!!!!!! I am a new grad. I start orientation for a job on Tuesday. I am 27yrs. old, married and living with mom right now due to going to school and running short on cash. We are hoping to buy a house soon and start a family. I plan to go on for my RN. When I did clinical in labor and delivery I really felt like that was my element and where I need to be and to do that I need my RN.
  13. by   ivsandy
    [color="slategray"][font="book antiqua"]hi there,ladybug.i have not come to this site in awhile because i got very frustrated with the lack of participation.thought i would stop in today and not much has changed....lol.wanted to say hello tho and i hope you achieve all that you hope to in the future.good luck to you......san

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