Published Jul 26, 2004
Well my first day as a stand alone RN I got pulled onto a floor with a big patient load. Just when I was organized, they pulled me to the other side with all new patients. Then four hours into my shift I was pulled back to my floor with new patients. I kept myself in good spirits by telling myself I was in good spirits. You know that little voice, "I think I can I think I can". My first day as a full RN became one of the most wonderful days in a long time. I did it, and I did it under stressful conditions. Yeah for me. Nobody was going to ruin it for me and I didn't let it. Yeah for me again!
Congrats on your first day alone! Sounds like you did good!
yay for you!!!
such a wonderful feeling of accomplishment, yes?
show 'em what you're made of...
Good for you! Attitude is everything.
Some people would have wanted to cry.
But what kind of crap is that, just more nurse abuse.
Celia M, ASN, RN
Looks like we have a wonderful, adaptable and positive RN here. Yeah for you and keep up the good work!!! :)
Can we clone you?! Good job!! Keep it up!
Critical care rn
Great job! I wish we could bottle your enthusiasm and positive attitude. You will go far and be an asset to any facility that you work at! Keep up the great work! :balloons:
jschut, BSN, RN
That's great! Wish there were more like you around! :)
jnette, ASN, EMT-I
Whoooooooooooooot !!! :balloons: :balloons: :balloons:
Kudos to you ! :)
You could have sunk to the bottom and been miserable, but you CHOSE to stay above it all... and you won !!!
You ARE what you THINK.
HisTreasure, BSN, RN
Congrats!:balloons: It is awesome that your first day went well. I bet when you got in your car at the end of the day you did a great sigh of relief!
Tweety, BSN, RN
Glad you kept your spirits up. We never would have floated a new RN like that. We give them a couple of months on the floor before they are floated.
Keep up the good work!
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