Hi all, I am Dani!

  1. Hey everyone! I have been "trolling" on this website for a long time now, and finally decided to jump in the fray and play. I live in Colorado, and I am formerly applying to my school's nursing program on the 30th of this month. I just finished my last pre-nursing prerequisite today (obtaining CNA license). I am super excited to become an RN! My mom and grandmother are both nurses, so it's in the blood!

    I hope to make some friends on here as well as learn some of the ins-and-outs of the nursing world!

    As for the CNA state exam in Colorado, it really isn't as bad as you think! I suffer from extreme anxiety, and walked in there and nailed it. If anyone has any questions feel free to PM me!

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    About DaniDoll

    Joined: Mar '12; Posts: 9; Likes: 9
    Qmap/CNA; from US


  3. by   VivaLasViejas

    Hope your stay with us is a long and enjoyable one! Here you'll find the best of nursing from all over the world, with plenty of resources from almost every area of the profession, and links to information both on and off the site. We're glad you're here!
  4. by   GitanoRN
    Welcome to the site, as I wish you a great weekend and the very best in all of your future endeavors....Aloha~
    Last edit by GitanoRN on Nov 18, '12
  5. by   That Guy
    Wooo CO! I was raised in Highlands Ranch. Love the state!
  6. by   agldragonRN
    good luck dani!

    welcome to allnurses.com
  7. by   iCare24
    Good luck and welcome to allnurses! Yay!
  8. by   caliotter3
  9. by   nurseprnRN
    hi dani! welcome to allnurses!

    (i think you meant you've been lurking here. "trolls" are people who pick fights on purpose
    . that doesn't sound like you!)
  10. by   canchaser
    Welcome, hope u stay around and share your journey of getting the nursing degree.
  11. by   DaniDoll
    Thank you all! I am now a little more than half-way through my first semester, and really enjoying it (despite the stress of maintaining a 77% or better.) We just did our first week of clinicals, and being able to work with patients is amazing. More than ever I truly feel like this is the right field for me!
  12. by   JacksonRN
    Welcome. I also started out as a CNA and now have been a nurse for over 6 years.

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