Tuesday, May 11, 2010


Things have been busy lately! I took off work Thursday to get ready for the garage sale I was having this weekend. I needed to price everything and go through the house to find everything I wanted to get rid of. Then Friday and Saturday we had the garage sale all day and then Sunday was Mother's Day.

Yesterday was absolutely insane at work because I was out Thursday and Friday. I have a ton of deadlines that need to be met so I haven't had much time to catch up on blogs. I meant to last night but then Oklahoma had a bunch of tornadoes come through so things got a little iffy for awhile. I had to drive home in hail and I have some damage to the car, but not anything that's too noticeable so that's a good thing.

Anyway, the point of explaining all that is that I meant to blog about this last week, but just didn't get around to it. I've been thinking for quite awhile what I want to do in terms of career in the future. For years I had always planned on going to law school, but then I was in the hospital when it started and I realized through my current job that I wouldn't have really enjoyed being an attorney in the long run. Contracts get kind of boring.

Ever since I spent so much time in the hospital, I've been intrigued by the idea of working in the medical field. I do that to some degree right now, but I think I want to be more involved. I contacted a local hospital to see if I can shadow some of their nurses. I'm hoping that I'll enjoy it as much as I think I will and then I can make the decision to go back to school. I have a BS right now, but it's in Business so I'll need to take some more college classes before I can apply to nursing school. I think it's only going to be 4 or 5 classes so that's not bad at all! Then I would need to decide whether to go for an RN or a BSN.

I'm getting ahead of myself though. I just hope I like the shadowing because I'm not sure what else I would want to do. It would be a HUGE change. I would go from working in an office, dressed business casual, making a decent salary to being on my feet all day, wearing scrubs, and starting out at the bottom of the pay scale again.

It would be worth it if I felt like I was making a difference though. I had some amazing nurses and I want to help care for someone the way they cared for me.


  1. Go for it! Taking some classes and going back to school would only last a short amount of time but having a job you love would be long term and so worth it!

  2. Hey.... you should do what makes you happy! It will be worth it!


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