I'm so sorry about the divorce! I hope you all are doing well, hope that the kids are adjusting. I will definitely pray for you daughter! surgery is very scary! Alot has happened with us too. I went to nursing school, and I graduated this May. I got hired with labor and delivery but decided instead to go into the intensive care unit. All was great, but I have been off for 3 months for heart problems. Gives me more time to be with the girls tho! Nursing is very stressful! Hope you get into an area that you love! Perioperative nursing is wonderful here in the states. The nurses usually work days, probably 7-330 rather then the 12 hour days (which are exhausting). I have thought alot about getting into that area of nursing, because the schedule would be perfect.
Hi! You probably dont remember me, but my name is Morgan. I logged onto this site after a few years and thought about you. I still have the baby blanket you made for my Haidyn:) Hope life is treating you and your family well.
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