Introductions:"New" and "Old" Students. - page 141

How about a thread that will allow us to introduce ourselves to those who are new and the new students can do the same. I am Stephany, 42, mother of 3 children, a son 22, a daughter 15, and a son... Read More

  1. by   mamiekay
    I'm Amy, 38-year-old married mom of three--15, 8, 5. I start my 2nd semester of ADN program in a few weeks and graduate in December, 2007. Three more semesters. There's light at the end of the tunnel!

    Started from square one four years ago--5 1/2 years to a 2 1/2 year degree. Woo hoo! :chuckle I'm blessed with VERY supportive hubby & friends, especially my nursing school friends.

    Looking forward to good exchanges & great advice from this board.
  2. by   RNNSS
    Hello I am wondering if any of you can recommend to me a good 9 month LPN program located in the metro New York area. I am possibly relocating to NY this Nov and I am not sure how to go about locating an accrediated LPN program. Any help you can render would be greatly appreciated!
  3. by   Psqrd
    My name is Pete, 38y/o and new father to a 5month old little girl. Starting an ADN program in Sacramento August 22. I got in as an alternate...pretty nervous about the whole thing but anxious to start. Good luck everyone! P
  4. by   DawnFL
    Hi my name is Dawn. And I'm starting my first year (ADN) on Aug 23. Same as everyone else...pretty nervous here as well. Been on the waiting list since Dec 2004. I have 4 kids 14, 12, 11, and 9. My husband is a RN.

    Good Luck to everyone starting and returning :)
  5. by   k9's mom
    Hey everyone! Time's flying by-getting closer to start time. Best of luck to you all!!!!!!!!!:roll
  6. by   daisylizzydog
    Hello everyone. My name is Kathleen from New Jersey and I am starting my second semester of a six semester ADN program. I go back on August 28th and am looking forward to finally have a hands on this semester. Best of lick to everyone!!!:spin:
  7. by   tater.jake
  8. by   daisyrug
    Hi Everyone,
    My name is Jennifer, I hope to be starting my first semester of ADN clinicals in September, but I will not know until 1st week of Sept when I get the acceptance letter. It is based on GPA, I have a 3.98, but for some reason it may not be good enough (aarrrrggghhh). I'm hoping and praying that it is because I can't wait to start the journey. I'm a CNA right now and I love working at the hospital, it humbles me on a daily basis! Hopefully I'll be posting in a few weeks with good news! Good luck to all for the fall!!!
  9. by   NoWaNrN
    hello I'm Bobbi 24 mom of a 2yo start LPN to RN associates program in Sept REALLY EXCITED!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  10. by   ALT
    Hi all, I'm so excited to be starting my classes in the fall. I am getting my Associates Degree. I've already been for a year and have gotten all my other classes out of the way. All I have left are my nursing classes. Wish me luck..I only have 2 more years.
  11. by   trjohnson0213
    This is my first semester of nursing school and first time here at allnurses and I am loving it!!! I am reading and getting alot of information. I am a single parent of 2 boy and girl 18 & 17. I am nervous about starting nursing school but I am going to do my best. I attending GTCC Jamestown, NC

  12. by   rn2b62006
    Hi Everyone,

    My name is Janet and I will be starting Nursing I (ADN Program) this September. (September 6th, to be exact) I can't wait! I'm both excited and scared to death at the same time but I just can't wait to get started! I'm divorced, a single mother of four, 3 boys and a girl, ages 14, 12, 11 (girl), and 8. I live with my fiance so thankfully I'll have help with my kids and the house and everything else. I know its going to be hard, but, my fiance and my children have all said to not worry about anything but school. That's great, but, we'll see how long it lasts, lol, when I really get going in the program. Anyways, I just wanted to introduce myself and wish everyone the best of luck!

    Take care,
  13. by   brattkids
    I am Paulette and I start the RN program Aug 24th. I have all my other classes out of the way and only need to complete my Nursing courses.'

    I was a Police officer for 8 years and decided to retire after getting pregnant with my second son. He is 7 now and I: though nursing would be a great profession to allow me to continue my love of helping people

    Best of luck to everyone