anybody from the november nclex takers family who took the exam yesterday, nov 20th?


:sofahider i took mine yesterday. is there somebody out there who's in the same boat with me? this waiting period is so nerve wrecking, it would offer quite some comfort to be sharing it with anyone.

i cant seem to find any other form of distraction to take my mind off this, but it seems that being here in and reading our peoples testimonials is the only one that's helping.

i have been dropping by allnurses since 2months ago when i started getting more serious with my review. and now, suddenly, i just felt like being more encouraged to post a thread.

which make this, my very first post. i hope this wont be the last though ive told myself i may not be posting another one if i dont pass :o:o:o


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;) In the smallest detail of life there is much for which to be thankful. In all of life itself there is no limit to the possibilities for appreciation.

In each day, in each moment, life's blessings continuously pour forth. In the quiet times, in the grand and magnificent experiences, there is always richness upon richness in the living of life.

Certainly there are disappointments and pains that come along on a regular basis. Yet when we stand back and look at the big picture, those difficult moments, as intense as they are, only make up a tiny fraction of the overall possibilities.

On the whole, life is exceedingly worth any trouble, any setback, any difficulty. For always there are countless possibilities of goodness stretching out in every direction.

The simple appreciation of the positive possibilities in any moment will begin to bring the best of those possibilities to life. Merely recalling how good life can be will serve to make it truly better.

Life asks much of us, and yet it gives far, far more than it asks. Let's appreciate the countless possibilities, and we can indeed make the best of them real in God's Grace. ;)

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