Quote from bbpp
but i have to go there because my husband found a better job there and already started his work. could anybody here give some informaiton and encouragement for my moving to boston? thanks.
[font="comic sans ms"]i loved living in boston! so much history there -- the freedom trail, the u.s.s. constitution, the museums. you can actually see where history was made! i loved the aquarium, fanueil hall, filene's basement, fried clams, concerts on the half shell, sailing on the charles river . . . i could go on and on!
the first thing you need, bbpp, is an attitude adjustment. no, it's not going to be like home, but you just might enjoy it anyway. although not if you go there convinced that you won't!
boston has some excellent hospitals, which means that you'll have some excellent learning opportunities. it's a great place to further your career as a nurse.
good luck, and keep us posted. i really believe that if you give boston a chance, you'll love it. my sil lives in woburn, and i'm starting to get itchy for another visit, just thinking about it. thanks for the reminder of all the things i love about the area!