Well, my life isn’t so much in two’s anymore…we’ve accomplished our nine night dinner theater with positive feedback from the crowd’s. We survived, as far as I know, and are now walking zombies with real life ahead of us the next couple of days. I have my nursing final tomorrow, that I have yet to really study for (yikes), and then final conferences, and then ~ HOLD YOUR BREATH ~ DRUM ROLL ~ I have a five day stint of being a hermit. I kick it off with a visit to my doctor in STL then I’m finding me some fuzzy pj’s and some books (non nurse related) and going to hide out at a friend’s house for four days doing absolutely nothing.
We did a post-play cast party at Steak-n-Shake last night (for those w/o children) with some other friends/workers of the cast and crew…at midnight. Kinda crazy I know, I’m getting to old for this. But my peppermint shake was very tasty and it was great getting to relax and hang out with friends. Then of course we had to hit Wal-Mart; if you go to PB you have to go to Wally-World ~ we have nothing else. :)
Things that went down while we were immersed in CAOH:
Albert Pujols left the Cardinals. It was actually very humorous to see the reactions of all the ‘fans’ about this. My take on the situation: He’s getting older, who in their right mind would not lock in a ten year deal where they are making $25 mil MORE than they are now, have the guarantee to get paid regardless if he plays or not, and will more than likely be a DH getting paid that much. Is the price crazy? Yes. Do I wish I could make that much a year doing something that I like with thousands of people cheering me on? Yes. I see it as a win for Pujols ~ he secured his future. We’re still the Cardinals regardless of who is on the team…and we’ll be just as good/bad without him as we were with him. Go CARDS!!!
I took two HESI exams (something like achievement test in grade school) and I passed them. I have found that I will more than likely not be a first responder nurse; I have issues picking the ‘What I Will Do First’ option of the answers ~ that was a low point in my overall grading. But other than that I will be a safe nurse, follow the rules, and have great patient care…according to the test.
Well…I’ve wasted enough time. My dryer buzzer is telling me it’s time to get moving, my clock is telling me I’m going to be late for church, and my mind is mush and not sure what I’m typing anymore. Hope everyone has a great week, I’m looking forward to mine ~ final and all!!