Tuesday, June 19, 2012

I don't wanna clean and I mean it

Just finished working 48 hour straight at the hospital yesterday. Despite feeling super tired I had an awesome time in the last 3 days

The doctor allowed me to deliver a freaking baby! I was so nervous, but he was right there and he pretty much told me what to do --- AWESOME!

I've been getting some good practice on skills and honestly I've learned a million times more precepting than during clinical hours in school. Precepting is sooo worth it.

My "last day" is tomorrow (Wednesday), my nurse gave me the option of continuing on if I want to. And to be quite honest, I'm torn between wanting to and also wanting to enjoy the rest of the summer for some me-time

I don't get back till August, so not sure

This is my first day off since Saturday and the house is dirty and there are dishes and crap to clean -- ontop of wanting to go to the gym and everything else in between. I'm so not feeling like doing housework --yuck..

Some recap related to weightloss, I signed up for the gym last week and on the days I don't work in the hospital, I hit the gym 2x. I took Zumba and I had lot of fun doing that.

Diet wise - I've been ok except twice I've eaten a brownie. I'm working on that though.

I hope everyone is having a superb week!

5 comments:

  1. Sounds like an exciting time! I don't think I could be an L&D nurse! Great job with the gym and diet, we are gonna rock the challenge this week!

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  2. Ahhhh...to the delivery thing...LOL
    I'd say take the summer off and enjoy your time for yourself! I would, then again I hate working all the time haha.

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  3. Thanks ladies!

    Pepa we're gonna rock this week! lol
    Barbie-- you blue teams watch out! :)

    Yea I'm kina thinking more and more of just enjoying the rest of the summer

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  4. Well,Gertie, I'd say enjoy the summer, for the work is coming soon! However, you sound so excited about your new career that it's contagious snf I'm excited for you! I'm glad that your enjoying your new career. I tell you right now that the nurses and nurses' aides that took care of me last spring were angels sent from heaven. One even fought a doctor on my medication type and schedule and won! There's a special place in heaven for those ladies, for sure, and I'll never forget them.

    Ellie

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  5. yea but it looks like it's not gonna happen. oh well

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