I'm heading off to the lake for the rest of the weekend. I already delayed going up so I could watch diving and YAY! I was rewarded. There better be some awesome pictures out there for me to icon when I get back.
So, tomorrow I graduate from college. I'm freaking out a little bit. I thought I would be a lot more excited than I am, but now the nerves are setting in. Now I have to find a job, like a real job as a nurse...and wow after all of this time I can't believe I can finally say when people ask, "oh what do you do?" I can say "Oh, I'm a nurse" Holy shit, I'm a grown up. Now I have to move out of my parent's house (eventually), and be totally responsible for myself. It's kind of scary, but I'm looking forward to it.
So I know I said I would update more often and obviously I'm already tanning at that but here I am. This list was born from the realization that a lot of the music my parents listened to when they were my age was a lot cooler than the stuff that's out now. So, may I present...
My Favorite Songs by Artists That My Parents Listened to Before I was Born (in 1985, and that aren't the Beatles)
So I've decided that I don't update this journal as often as I should. So i've committed to updating semi-regularly with something that I love, lists! So for my first installment ...my top ten favorite Beatles songs in no particular order.
While My Guitar Gently Weeps Norwegian Wood (This Bird Has Flown) Don't Let Me Down Why Don't We Do It In The Road? Blackbird Something Oh! Darling You Really Got a Hold On Me Come Together Drive My Car
And an honorable mention to my favorite Wings song Band on The Run and a super special honorable mention to, in my humble opinion, the only cover of a Beatles song better than the original; Joe Cocker's version of With a Little Help From My Friends
Went out and rocked the vote for change today. Got the Twilight soundtrack, i'm kind of loving it a lot. Not much else, school is chugging along. I can't wait until May when I graduate and can start contributing to society in a productive way. And after what's been going on in this election I can say that I still have hope in my heart for this country and that I think we're making some really great things happen today. And, I'm also really proud to be from Massachusetts.
So 3 weeks at Lawrence General, 3 patients on precautions. The nurse I was working with, and helping out, this week had 5 patients and 4 of them were on precautions. I think i'm going for the record for the most gowns, masks, and pairs of gloves donned by a nursing student in one month. I really need to find a job that involves nothing but watching Torchwood and looking at pictures of Tom Finchum. Surely there must be one of those out there. Ok back to homework I suppose :(