The college life


#1

I just started my college experience a few weeks ago and it seems that my catchphrase has become “oh no”.


#2

You gotta give us more than that, lol!


#3

How about this: “oh noooooooo!”


#4

Sounds about right. Better’n Oh, ship!


#5

My oldest child entered college this month. It’s a big transition and there are going to be some rough spots. I imagine you are doing all right and you’ll figure it out.

Anyhow, I will send some prayers your way.


#6

Thank you. Could always use prayers. :slight_smile:

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#7

It’s a sailing vessel. Oh you were thinking something else. Shame! :wink:

Praying for you.

Blessings,


#8

Happens everytime you have a whole new kind of work system. It takes some getting used to and mistakes can be learned from.

Don’t be discouraged


#9

I’m too excited to become discouraged yet, haha. Suuuper excited to be a nurse. I just have to pass with at least a 2.750 GPA this year!


#10

Hang in there AS and soon your “Oh no!” will turn into “bring it on!”.


#11

I might have to get through this first semester before that happens

:joy:


#12

Sometimes opening a window and shouting helps relieve the stress.


#13

Wouldn’t want to get campus safety involved, lol. But I agree, shouting does help.


#14

That all depends on what you shout, Try something like “Anatomy is driving me nuts!” :rofl:


#15

It’s actually medical terminology :joy:

Otorhinolaryngology means the study of the ears, nose, and throat


#16

That is just a matter of learning the vocabulary, and now that you know that word just call it ENT like the rest of us. :sunglasses:


#17

Of course :joy: I did not plan on repeating “otorhinolaryngologist”


#18

Do they give you extra exam time to write that word out?


#19

Nope. I’m on my own


#20

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