neenee

  1. Hi There! I am new to this forum and using this type of communication. My 19 year old son, was giving me pointers, while being upset with the fact I didn't know what I was doing. Anywho, I'm a 29 year survivor in nursing. Both love it and am burned out. I had a year of civilian nursing, 3 in the Navy and the rest of the time, I've been caring for our vets in the VA hospital, north of Pittsburgh, PA. I've had the opportunity to work in many areas of nursing. The most recent had been in Home Care and I'm now working in our Transitional Care unit// Hospice Unit. I have 19 and 21 year old sons, and a 14 month old grand-daughter, who is the love of my life. I do honestly love nursing (deep down) and have always felt it to be a calling from God. Admittedly, I'm getting burned out, but still have many, well at least 10-14 more years to go. Not sure how this body is going to take it. But that's my story and I'm sticking to it. I'm looking forward to talking with some of you and learning new things. God Bless
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  3. by   sirI
    Quote from neenee
    hi there! i am new to this forum and using this type of communication. my 19 year old son, was giving me pointers, while being upset with the fact i didn't know what i was doing. anywho, i'm a 29 year survivor in nursing. both love it and am burned out. i had a year of civilian nursing, 3 in the navy and the rest of the time, i've been caring for our vets in the va hospital, north of pittsburgh, pa. i've had the opportunity to work in many areas of nursing. the most recent had been in home care and i'm now working in our transitional care unit// hospice unit. i have 19 and 21 year old sons, and a 14 month old grand-daughter, who is the love of my life. i do honestly love nursing (deep down) and have always felt it to be a calling from god. admittedly, i'm getting burned out, but still have many, well at least 10-14 more years to go. not sure how this body is going to take it. but that's my story and i'm sticking to it. i'm looking forward to talking with some of you and learning new things. god bless
    and to allnurses.com

    it is a pleasure to meet you. glad you joined. enjoy the forums.
  4. by   neenee
    Hi There everyone! Yes, I'm very new here. In fact, I introduced myself earlier this evening, and I can't find myself anywhere. So I will further introduce myself, once I find myself. Sounds geat, HUH! Anyway, I'll be back and I'm glad I'm here somewhere in cyber space.
    Denise
  5. by   suebird3
    hi, neenee, and welcome to allnurses.com. hope ya enjoy yourself here at the site.

    suebird
  6. by   Thunderwolf
    to allnurses.com !!!



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  7. by   Thunderwolf
    Neenee, we found your separate posts that you made in this forum and merged them together. You only need to introduce yourself once. Happens all the time. I encourage you to explore the other forums and jump right in the discussions. No need to introduce yourself there. Just jump right in.
    Glad to have you on board. The link to the list of all our forums is provided to you on this thread.

    Happy posting!
  8. by   Jessy_RN
    welcome to the site. enjoy your stay and best wishes to you.

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