Introductions:"New" and "Old" Students. - page 152

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   Brian
    Quote from x3xsolxdierx3x

    It's great to be apart of this forum! Iv'e found it to be an incredible resource....

    Anyone else find it just a little addicting, though? lol
    Some even write songs about , see this thread:
  2. by   Nurseintraining77
    Welcome to all the students I can't remember if I did an intro or not, lol. So forgive me if it's a repeat.

    I'm Nurseintraining77 (aka Naima). I'm a 29 yr old wife and mum. I'll be starting nursing as a 2nd degree student. My first bachelor is in psychology so I'm sure I'll be able to use many of those skills. I'll be attending Alverno College starting in Janurary so time is really winding down.

    I'm sure I'll have plenty of questions/comments as school gets rolling. For now I'm just enjoying the free time I have, lol.

  3. by   4-us-by-us
    26, mother of two, finishing my first term for LPN program on tommorrow. Happy Holidays Everyone
  4. by   luna9
    34..nearly 35 and starting classes next month. I've been working in the non-profit/community services industry for about 7 years and I've decided to make a career change. I'm excited, yet nervous. I already have a BA so for the next two years I'll be working away on my associates.
  5. by   nurseangel47
    I'm a 47 yr old. RN graduated in 1986. Have two grown children, two daughters. No grandkids, but four grandkitties (fully grown but will always be kitties in my eyes....I'm a grandmew, not a grandma!)
    Have a SO who's shared my home for 13 yrs now. He's from England and his cute accent is the first thing that picqued my interest in him! THat and his gorgeous english complexion and blue eyes! DOn't we Westerners LOVE the accent of those Brits!?!
    He's special but we're both divorced walking wounded hence will probably never get married. I have a nice ring, the whole nine yards, just afraid that little bit of paper that makes it all legal will "jinx" it all!
    We had a German Shepherd Dog for ten years, raised her from a pup, she was our pride and joy and our "daughter" together....had to have her euthanized back in July...(sniff, sniff). We still miss her and I plan on replacing her post haste when $$ allows...
    Got off topic. Sorry. Am currently working part time in a non-nursing capacity due to chronic health issues. Have worked LTC, home health care, hospital med/surg; dialysis, doc's offices, you name it, I've done it!
    Locale: North Carolina!
    Happy to be here. Allnurses has changed my life....for the BETTER!
    Thanks, Brian, creator/grand master of allnurses forum.
  6. by   ranniedhead
    it's my first time here...i'm just finishing up finals for the third semester of an ADN program. i'll be taking that NCLEX in may! i'm 27, married, no kids yet. my husband and i are BOTH in school...makes life interesting.

    boy have these finals been tough! my advice to those just starting: find yourself a killer study group!

    good luck to all of us in pursuing this wonderful career!
  7. by   JoJo_Ga_Girl
    Hi everyone! I am a 30 year old married mother of 2 (daughter-7, son-4) whose husband is an esophageal cancer survivor. I finished all my BSN prerequisites last week(phew!) and today I received my acceptance letter from the Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing Emory University! I am so excited. It is the only school I applied to and I am so ready to get started.
    I hope everyone has a great holiday and good luck in your future endeavors!

  8. by   Bananabender
    Hi everyone, im a 37 year old mum to two girsl, just finishing my first year. left it a bit late to start but am enjoying it anyway
  9. by   Broombug
    Hello, Im 37 year old mom of 3 boys. I've been a Respiratory Therapist for 15 years and now I've just graduated with an ADN. Currently, I'm preparing for NCLEX and applying to BSN programs.

    To new students, I discovered this community about 2 years ago and its been a wealth of resources and advice. So I decided to stop lurking and start contributing.

    Good luck.
  10. by   olivia28
    Hello All-
    Not new to the community, but new to this part of the boards. I am offcially a nursing student. I will be starting at the Hopher School of Nursing ADN program in three weeks.

    Good luck and happy holidays to all! :spin:
  11. by   chysyl
    hi i'm chioma, 25yrs, single and in 3rd year of a 3 year rn program. i'll finish next year may.
  12. by   wkucu1
    happy holidays everyone!!!! my name is greta and i will graduate with my bsn in may!! time flies. i attend cumberland university outside of nashville tn. i also have a bs in public health (western kentucky university). i am a newbie to this site as i just joined yesterday. like many have said, for the newer students....find a great study group with a huge dry erase board (my personal favorite).

  13. by   magmae
    Hi I'm new on here and would like to know if you think it is better to go start LPN school and then take Rn online or just take the the RN classes instead? Thanks