This site contains the highly fictionalized ramblings of a raconteur looking for a place in the medical world. The vignettes presented are cobbled together from various and sundry places.  Any resemblance to actual people, places, or events is purely coincidental.

And, I like to photograph things in lieu of words some days.

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I'm a nurse




Είμαι νοσοκόμα.
Soy enfermero.
I'm a nurse.

Damn, it feels good to finally say that. Of course I'm still a n00b. Job hunt is in progress. But after graduating and passing the NCLEX, it's over. I'm officially joining the ranks of one of the best professions in the world.

"Patience and perseverance made a bishop of his reverence." (to be said in a high-born British accent)
-Clarissa Dixon Wright from an episode of "Two Fat Ladies"

To anyone who might have stumbled here on their own journey to Registered Nurselandia, stick with it. You'll get there. Hills and valleys abound, but you'll make it.

And maybe Sister Flo said it best:

"Were there none who were discontented with what they have, the world would never reach anything better."
-Florence Nightingale

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