I’m gonna go back down. You didn’t see this dress, Ok? Also you didn’t see it all you don’t know what is gonna happen next. We’re gonna roll the video and I come back out to scene for you and we’re gonna pretend like this never happened. Love you Brisbane. ..
A coating, they said. It’ll just turn to rain, they said. Driving to work tomorrow morning will be a /dream/. #sarcasmftw #itsbeginningtolookalotlikechristmas
sometimes I forget that Americans have to pay for university upfront like what the fuck is that are u guys ok
No we’re not okay.
We’re not okay at all.
You know what I find surprising about that is…
It’s not true. I’m a nurse, who needed at least two years of schooling before obtaining my licensure. Cost me roughly $10,000. And then - a hospital wouldn’t hire me. They wanted me to drop roughly another $80,000 to get my bachelor’s in nursing before they would even consider hiring me into a hospital system.
Luckily, I managed to get hired into a small community hospital that was willing to hire associate degree nurses. But that small community hospital has a serious threat of being shut down, which leads me to the previous dilemma - finding 80 grand to get a different letter after my last name. I’m still a nurse. Hospitals just want nurses with management training at their bedsides (which is totally unnecessary - an associate level nurse is just as capable of performing bedside nursing duties as a bachelor’s trained nurse. It’s an attempt by associations like the ANA to make nursing viewed more as a “profession” rather then a hands-on field)
Needless to say, I plan on taking the plunge in January. And don’t tell me there’s a shortage - cause apparently it isn’t bad enough that hospitals can be picky about what kind of degree their nurses carry.
Night spent baking cookies, decorating a tree, and listening to a Charlie Brown Christmas on vinyl with siblings.
As Kaitlyn would say - we always get a fat bottomed tree.
IT’S FINALLY THE CHRISTMAS SEASON
I CAN FINALLY REBLOG THIS
Best Christmas movie.
Tim insisted I sit through this every time it comes on the television.
Not that I’m complaining, or anything.