A short little post tonight– Pre-work jitters! I start work orientation tomorrow for my Graduate Nurse program, which is kind of exciting and surreal but also extremely sobering as I am frequently asking myself “is this something I am prepared for?” Usually, the answer I give myself are discouraging, but I have very good mentors, … Continue reading 2.17.19
If my life is a culmination of past events, people and places, that should make me a mosaic of the broken pieces shattered back then, I guess. In the meantime, and maybe too zoomed in picture of said mosaic, I’ve sort of been annoyingly handling the shards. This post is about the specific times/shards where … Continue reading introspective post: peace in past relationships
Doing something more personal this time around, Internet friends. Here it is! A personal and specific blog post about the interworking of my current life situation, and a detailed update on how I’m doing. It seems fitting, since that seems to be the question that frequents my Instagram dms and my text conversation content. If … Continue reading 1.14.19
WOW it’s almost over. As I began to type this, opportunistically, Spotify has chosen to play Auld Lang Syne on piano softly over my laptop speakers. I am soothed. I’m not naturally an optimistic person, so this post will be a nice change of pace for my mental state. That last sentence really captures a … Continue reading what 2018 taught me
This is probably going to be one of the more stressful weeks of my last semester of undergrad. THATS RIGHT YO GIRL IS GRADUATING BYEEEEEEEEE. In the 4.5 years it has taken me to complete my Associates Degree and Bachelors Degree in Nursing, I have and continue to grapple with the common stressors of college … Continue reading who?
My brain likes to talk a lot. She says things like, “look how beautiful the leaves are this autumn,” and “imagine how much more beautiful heaven will be.” We love the fall, its our favorite. “Look at the people who surround you. Look at life and how continuously it flows. It doesn’t stop at all. … Continue reading my brain says…
I think I try to tell you all the time how much I love you. It just the words don’t flow right, the sound isn’t tender enough and the words only swim in the shallow (lmao), of the measured depth I want you to understand. I stutter, I fall and I push through conveying what I actually … Continue reading jp.