Finals are over...got my grades two As and one B...exit interview was yesterday. I'm one of only six that made it out of a starting class of 20. Now all I need to do is take my boards and find an RN position. I'm pregnant and due in July so I will take boards before baby but I will keep my LPN position until my maternity leave is completed because I don't think I will have much luck finding anything in this condition.
Wow can't believe it's all over I've been breaking my neck for over two years and just like that I'm done. I already got my work schedule changed so no more weekend doubles for me (praise God!!!) and I feel lazy because all I have to do now is work. I'm in shock over here and I don't know what to do with myself. I've been cleaning the house little by little...cooked dinner last night and I've started reading a non-nursing book. I had the luxury of making my toddler a nice hot breakfast and then I sat down with her to watch sesame street while I combed her hair out. A pretty big change from the bowel of instant oatmeal she is used to and no more O.K mommy's off to school let's say bye bye she is used to. When she wakes from her nap we will go to the mall with grandma and do a little shopping.
This is how normal people live right?
This is a strange feeling...I feel like I should have been debriefed or sent to some sort of half-way house before I was released back to the general population.
Good luck to all the LPN to RN...what a trip it has been!
Jun 8, '09
I can only imagine its a great feeling that it is finally over. I just went to my friend's graduation in May , and she got her Masters in Social work . I pictured myself graduating at my friend's graduation. I know its a good feeling. Congrats !
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