We've been to a lot of hardships during our students day. We are not allowed to wear jewelry, hang our hairs, wear the correct and prescribed uniform with compression stockings in while on duty. But those were part of our training and temporary because after we got a license we are now free in some things like wearing small and appropriate jewelry and can wear our own style of uniform during hospital duties.
We never got a chance to go to the peak of the marina sands during our stay in Singapore but to see my sisters who went there it's like we are with them also. Indeed a superb experience and the view are one of a kind. The dazzling and dancing of lights are so eye catching. Being told about their experiences when they were there are enough for us to imagine how's the feeling. Truly there is a Creator behind those skyscraper that made up of steel buildings. Someday, somehow we can go up there too.
What a stressful but fulfilling duty we had. We started our duty with two patients arrested during our rounds. I did the CPR and giving emergency meds like epinephrine and other fluids as ordered. Every time I did this I always reflect and put myself in the shoes of the patient and started to question ‘what if?’ It’s very unimaginable if this happen to my family. It’s so hard to accept that’s why I always understand the watcher’s reaction and sometimes they even blamed us nurses for not attending their patient immediately. We ended our duty with two patients we brought to morgue.
I remembered the photo album that my sister gave me about my labor and delivery. There will always a time that I'll look back again and again and remember those days that I was still carrying my baby inside me and during the time that I gave birth to my baby girl. It was indeed a very painful experience but I can't measure the joy I felt when I saw my baby for the first time...the pain all vanished and joy fills my heart. Thank you so much sis for taking effort to make the scrap book with lots of stylish and very nice scrapbook supplies. I will treasure this for the rest of my life. Surely your niece will see this when she grows. Someday she will say thank you too.