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Hey, welcome to the site! I really feel bad when I see all the threads from new people introducing themselves. There's just NO WAY that I could stop and post to each and every one of you! So I... Read More

  1. by   Liddle Noodnik
    Quote from littlenursey
    Hi every body...
    I just found this site today and just became a member
    I'm a 21 years old, pre-nursing student in NYC going for a BSN
    I'm doing my last pre-req course(MicroBiology), just applied to a Nursing School and waiting for the "ACCEPT"(cross my fingers) in the mail... :wink2:
    Will take NLN-Pre Entrance Exam this coming March 5..Wish me luck!!!
    Currently a full-time student, with a part-time job, and also volunteer 2 days in a hospital just to get the feel of it
    Anybody here live in NYC?

    Hey Little Nursey -

    Did you know there is a forum on here for each state? Go to "Nursing Discussions by Locations" (see the drop down menu at top that says "Nursing Discussions")

    You're smart to be volunteering first - it is a big investment to make sight unseen!

    Good luck on the exam, the good news is that March 5 will be here and gone SO FAST - you will hardly have time to blink ha ha
  2. by   Liddle Noodnik
    Quote from HaldolSTAT


    Hi. I am new to this forum, but no stranger to nursing forums in general. I love the "chat". I have been in nursing since 1995, graduated from a diploma program. Now I have re-entered studies for BSN completion. I have served my entire 10 years at the bedside in the medical and cardiac ICUs and love where I am. However, these bones of mine tell me I better be prepared to accept the possibility that life may deal me a desk job or something a little less "on the feet" later on, so that is why I am looking to get my BSN. I have a wonderful husband of 17 years, a 13 year old son and a 5 year old Doberman who would like the world to know she is a full-bred human.

    Hi, good luck with the BSN, hope you enjoy it! Good luck with the 13 year old too while I'm at it, LOL!
  3. by   Joann Hott
    HI,

    My name is Jo Ann, a registered nurse for over thirty years. I retired on disability in 1997. I worked in the O.R. for most of the time. Presently, I am able to earn a small amount of money, so I work 2, four hour shifts a week in an assisted living facility, passing am meds.
    I am a grandmother of 4 and mother of 3 adults.
    I will be seeing many of you in the future, as I get used to the new computer and programs.
  4. by   Liddle Noodnik
    Quote from Joann Hott
    HI,

    My name is Jo Ann, a registered nurse for over thirty years. I retired on disability in 1997. I worked in the O.R. for most of the time. Presently, I am able to earn a small amount of money, so I work 2, four hour shifts a week in an assisted living facility, passing am meds.
    I am a grandmother of 4 and mother of 3 adults.
    I will be seeing many of you in the future, as I get used to the new computer and programs.

    Hi Jo Ann, welcome to the board!

    It must be quite a culture shock, to go from OR to passing meds (for me, passing a lot of meds is very difficult!). I hope you enjoy the board, hope to see you posting "out there"

    xo
  5. by   EvinsAngel
    lpn in 2006hi everybody...i'm new to the site and i just wanted to introduce myself. i begin an lpn program in 2 weeks. i hope to get my rn immediately after but due to a shortage of $ and time i'm taking this route. i already have a 4 year degree in english, but i decided that teaching just wasn;t for me so now i'm following my heart and going into nursing . i'm very excited to start my program...it's been a long road with some hurdles and roadblocks, but thanks to my wonderful husband...i'm on my way .
  6. by   Liddle Noodnik
    Quote from evinsangel
    lpn in 2006hi everybody...i'm new to the site and i just wanted to introduce myself. i begin an lpn program in 2 weeks. i hope to get my rn immediately after but due to a shortage of $ and time i'm taking this route. i already have a 4 year degree in english, but i decided that teaching just wasn;t for me so now i'm following my heart and going into nursing . i'm very excited to start my program...it's been a long road with some hurdles and roadblocks, but thanks to my wonderful husband...i'm on my way .

    welcome welcome! i hope you enjoy it! how long is that program?
  7. by   macsius
    I WOULD LIKE TO FOUND SOMEONE WHO CAN TALK TO ME AND GIVE ME ADVICE ABOUT MY FUTURE PLANS OF BEING A NURSE...
  8. by   TxNurse04
    Hello everyone. My name is Rhonda and I am a very new (2 months) LVN and currently am working on a very busy Med-Surg floor. I am getting ready to start working on my RN. This was a career change for me and I am loving it. I think this is the best decision I have ever made for my life. I am the mother of two wonderful boys, 19 & 12. I look forward to talking with ya'll.
    Take care.
  9. by   Liddle Noodnik
    Quote from macsius
    I WOULD LIKE TO FOUND SOMEONE WHO CAN TALK TO ME AND GIVE ME ADVICE ABOUT MY FUTURE PLANS OF BEING A NURSE...
    Hi, try this thread! Good luck!
    http://allnurses.com/forums/forumdis...aysprune=&f=87
  10. by   Liddle Noodnik
    Quote from TxNurse04
    Hello everyone. My name is Rhonda - I look forward to talking with ya'll.
    Take care.

    Hi Texas!

    There is also a thread especially for Texas nurses, see

    http://allnurses.com/forums/forumdisplay.php?f=175
  11. by   prsassyns
    Hello Everyone!!!!!! I just joined today. Thanks for your warm welcome. I am married and mother of 3. 1 girl 17, 2 boys 10 & 7. I am currently breathing, sleeping and eating nursing as well, I graduate in aug. or dec. ADN, depending on weather or not I get an intership in NY. I will persue my BSN once in Fl. GOD Willing. I am a Christian 7 years, but not a thumper. Anyway thats enough about me GODBLESS
    Last edit by prsassyns on Feb 26, '05 : Reason: left out degree and title
  12. by   smarkley
    Hi everyone!
    I am glad to see that this post is being read quite often...I posted my own thread but I guess there are too many threads for ppl to read! I have been a nurse since 2001, I graduated with my BSN. I currently work as a private nurse for a vascular surgeon. I have also worked on an ortho unit and as a surgical nurse in the open heart area. I really love my job...but I don't think I could ever go back to floor nursing. I am looking forward to meeting new ppl online. I am recently married and have a dog, a cat, and 3 fish tanks. My husband and I are in the process of building a house. Hope everyone is having a good day!
  13. by   Liddle Noodnik
    Quote from prsassyns
    Hello Everyone!!!!!! I just joined today. Thanks for your warm welcome. I am married and mother of 3. 1 girl 17, 2 boys 10 & 7. I am currently breathing, sleeping and eating nursing as well, I graduate in aug. or dec. ADN, depending on weather or not I get an intership in NY. I will persue my BSN once in Fl. GOD Willing. I am a Christian 7 years, but not a thumper. Anyway thats enough about me GODBLESS
    That's a heck of a NAME, where did you get THAT, LOL!

    Welcome, hope to see you around!

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