Every since I changed my major to Nursing, my life suddenly changed in its own little way. One night I was on the phone with a friend who is now a graduate MLT (medical laboratory technician) and told me all of the color codes in the hospital where his clinical site was. There were 14 colors and I memorized every one of them by heart in less than 2 days. Recently, I was going to a tutoring session and I happened to come across a building where most of my classes were held and I saw a stack of books on the ground all out in the open for the public to grab and go. I first saw the basic books like psychology, chemistry, etc. AND THEN I SAW NURSING BOOKS. A PATHOPHYSIOLOGY TEXTBOOK, A LAB MANUAL FOR MEDICAL-SURGICAL, VOLUME 1 & 2 OF NURSING FUNDAMENTALS, AND A POCKET OB/GYN NOTEBOOK PAD. They were ALL the books I need for nursing school
in that particular stack. Best believe that I took all those books knowing how EXPENSIVE nursing books are. Could those books be a legit sign that the field of Nursing is the path I need to follow? Did I make the right decision of becoming a Registered Nurse?
Last edit by Brian S. on Aug 15, '17