This is my goodbye to this board and hello to the graduate nursing forum

  1. I am officially a graduate nurse. Graduation was wonderful and was everything I hoped it would be. I am taking a few days off and going back to school for a review class for the boards. Thank you all for being so supportive through my educational program. Good luck to all of you still in school and I hope to see you on the graduate board or nursing boards soon! :hatparty:
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  3. by   Achoo!
    Congratulations, and thank you!
  4. by   AmyLiz
    Congratulations!!!! :hatparty:
  5. by   wonderbee
    Happy Nursing! Stop in every once in a while and say hello to us.
  6. by   lisamc1RN
  7. by   Truly_Blessed
    Contrats! :hatparty: You'll have to come back here sometimes....the students here will need advice from those who have already been through this
  8. by   TopCat1234
    Quote from truly_blessed
    contrats! :hatparty: you'll have to come back here sometimes....the students here will need advice from those who have already been through this
    you should pop in once in a while - any advice from one who has been there will always be appreciated. don't just drop us like a hot potato! :chuckle

  9. by   Dublin37
    Wahooo!!!!!!!!!! :hatparty: Congrats, you made it to the "other side"! Heather
    P.S. What type of nursing are you going to look into for your first job, smarty pants???
    Last edit by Dublin37 on May 22, '04
  10. by   RedSox33RN
    Good luck and Congratulations!! And like everyone said, don't stray to far! We may need your brain to pick!
  11. by   fourblessings
    CONGRATULATIONS!!! :hatparty: :hatparty:
  12. by   PCGrad06
    congratulations & best wishes! as a new grad, do you have any words of wisdom or advice for those of us on the journey you have just completed?
    :hatparty: :hatparty:
  13. by   RNIAM
    Hi everyone. Wow this is the reason I love this bb. I can feel the love. My advice is simple, enjoy the journey. Study hard but remember sometimes it is easier to take things day by day(remember the lavender when ther stress gets too much). I know that for me I could handle it if only for one day. Enjoy clinical and think of it as a learning experience and an opportunity for growth. Most of all enjoy it and when you walk across that stage and accept your degree remember all those that took those steps before you. We will be there with open arms welcoming you into the most amazing profession in the world. I promise to check in and see how everyone is doing and if you have a questions please don't hesitate to pm me and ask. Take care. My first job will be at a local hospital on a cardiac floor.

    :hatparty: :hatparty:
  14. by   FutureIsBlue