I know it's in the wrong area....

  1. But I just have to let everybody over here know. I found out today i've been accepted to my top pick for school. Union University. I start my BSN Fall `03 !!

    Later guys,
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    About meandragonbrett

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  3. by   New CCU RN
    Congratulations!!!!! Go CELEBRATE Wish you tons of luck and success....
  4. by   EmeraldNYL
    Congrats on your acceptance! Good luck!
  5. by   apaphoenix
    Congrats MDB. I know you'll do well!!

    Last edit by apaphoenix on Jul 8, '03
  6. by   smiling_ru
    Congratulations, that is wonderful.
  7. by   fence
    Great job guy! Keep at it. With your focus you will obtain your goals in no time.
  8. by   Brenna's Dad
    Nice work Brett.
  9. by   London88
    That is great Brett. It is refreshing to see a young person so focused!
  10. by   Qwiigley
    Great job Brett!
    Remember, don't take it personally if the instructors give you a hard time. You will be a great nurse. Do not let them mess you up. In any profession, you will find the bad eggs, work with them, not against them.
    2ndly: Remember, not all people do things the correct way. Not all hospitals do things the same as your home facility. Look at all the experiences as a learning tool. Either the way to do things or the way you wouldn't do them in your own practice. But learn "why" they are doing it in such a way, it may be better.
    3rd and lastly; don't broadcast your experience. Keep a low profile your first semester. The first "nursing" semester is the weeding out time. They are hard on everyone and if they find a reason to target you, it will make it more difficult.
    With all the nastiness out of the way, let me say, I LOVE BEING A NURSE. It is a wonderful job. I polish my halo daily. I feel like I contribute to the better of society as well as doing something good with my life daily. I am soooo very happy for you and know you will love it too! Enjoy the time you will have with patient care, as you will not get much of that as a CRNA. But, it is part of moving on and growing in the career.
  11. by   meandragonbrett
    Trust me quiigley, I'm keeping my mouth shut on EVERYTHING!! lol. They don't know that I've been an OR volunteer the past three years, that mom's a nurse, or that I want to be a CRNA. I've learned that from you guys and other CRNAs that mom works with!


    ps- the only thing is that I will have to live in the city Boo-hoo...I'll make it though lol!

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