Saturday, October 20, 2012

it went...


WELL....

I am whipped... I, obviously, am going to need a few weeks of re-acclimating my body into this 9-5 type life-style.  I always knew that moms who worked outside (as well as inside) the home were rock-stars, but I didn't fully appreciate (or remember) the fatigue associated with it all...

I am humbled.

I also am thankful. 


There were only a few glitches the first week back:  Tommy forgot to get Katie on Monday.  The chore list was completely ignored on Thursday.  Tommy really can not motor plan cleaning the guinea pig's cage, and vacuuming the mess up after.  If I leave an i-touch out where Katie can see it, she will not do her homework.  IF there are no instructions about dinner cooking, it will not happen...... unless Danielle is home, and it isn't spaghetti, then she is happy to cook.

SO... that means it went pretty well.

I am happy.  It's good.  The people are super nice, and pretty funny (the CEO/President wears running garb to work and pretends to be the janitor).  I think it will be good!  I am praying for that!


Thanks to all my well-wishers (yes, you know who you are!!) and thanks to everyone who is praying for me.  The power of prayer is very, very awesome. I can totally witness to that!




Sunday, October 14, 2012

...so...


So... I am once again entering the world of employment...

I'm scared, nervous, excited, happy, nervous, and anxious...

It's such a big change-  straight into full time hours- Monday through Friday-

Wow!  I'm really praying and hoping it works out, though.  I think it'll be great.

I've always loved being a RN, I just haven't loved hospital nursing.  It really hasn't been practical or nurturing to be in the hospital setting, for me.  So, I'm really looking forward to home health nursing.  I'm excited to be in the clinical arena without the craziness of 5-7 other patients needing my help at the same time.

SO... please pray for me:)  As I pray for you:)

Hebrews 10:24  "And let us consider how to stir up one another to love and good works..."