Unfortunately I did not get in. I'm #220 , I am an alternate, so that's what... 68 out. heheheh
I feel as though a weight has been lifted off my shoulders. As much as I have a passion for helping people and anyone that knows me knows I do, I'm kinda relieved and now know where I belong. Last year I was accepted into the PTA program and turned it down. I needed more time to figure out my place and where I best belong and give my kids one more year with mom. This year, I'm jumping at it! I don't feel as devastated as some may, because I wasn't absolutely positive that RN was what I wanted and maybe, just maybe, subconsciously I sabotaged myself on the HESI. If I can pull an A in A&P there's nothing I can't do
I truly appreciate the love and support I've received from my online buddies, close friends, family, and college buds. This has certainly been an exciting ride, one that brings me to a better understanding of myself and I've met some fantastic people....you know who you are :heartbeat
If I get called up (just incase there are 60% felons out there;)) I'd be happy to step up and answer my calling. For now I will pursue my original passion and that is with movement and strength. I will try to pop in and see how you are all doing, but I have a feeling once you guys start, you won't be visiting too often either.
I truly wish every one of you the very VERY best in your programs study hard hard hard! I hope you have found your passion and have a wonderful journey through the RN program.