Because of the work I have I gained new friends, new acquaintances that would make me more determined to work. It is hard for me to mingle with other who’s been working for so long already, and they are very close with each other. Sometimes I may be feeling alone but I am so thankful for my friend because of them I don’t feel being a stranger and rejected.
Due to hubby's nature of work, he needs to wear a jacket in going back and forth to his work. He is working away from our place and go on travel everyday. He needs a couple of jackets to coat him from the sunlight and in cold wind everyday.
While surfing online, I saw a very nice esab products and I am very interested to buy one for my hubby as my gift for his upcoming birthday:)
I just realized how lucky we are to have our own house. We are married for almost three years and we are very proud that we are separated from our parents and living with our own effort to sustain our living. Though it is not yet my dream house but at least we have one. It is very nice to live in a house surrounded with affordable housewarming plants to keep the place fresh and comfy. Specially this cold season they help by giving warm to our cold nights.
I was little bit nervous upon answering a call from the hospital I applied informing me for an interview but I was able to hold my emotion and listened to the caller attentively. I made a short review online about my course for possible question they may ask but I thank the Lord the interview was easy and not exactly what I expected.
I'll be planning to buy a new set of white nursing uniform this week so that if the hospital will call me for final interview I would be ready to start my duty. I will be rotated into DR and OR room for sure so I would also buy a scrub tops and a scrub pants. I am excited and the same time nervous. It's been three years I never had my hospital duty but I trust God and I believe in my ability and skills as I go deeper in my nursing profession.