Sunday, February 15, 2009

NCLEX


It's an interesting feeling to be 11 hours, 12 minutes, and 20 seconds away from what you've spent two years of your life preparing for.

Some people scream, some people cry, some people withdraw. Me? I would almost say that my emotions are bordering the edges of outright flippancy. NCLEX? Psssshh. Bring it on.

In reality, there seems to be a vast pool of calm that is settling in. Whether I pass or fail doesn't seem to matter much at this point.

So what am I doing? Well, I'm going to bed, getting up at 0400 as usual, exercising with Allana and Allie at 0500, showering at 0550, eating breakfast at 0630, driving to my test at 0700, and sitting down at 0800 to answer my first NCLEX question.

I'll let you know if or when I start to freak out. ;)

Your prayers are appreciated.

7 comments:

barry said...

I will pray

When I took the MCAT, I felt numb, exceedingly lucid, and matter of fact. Too bad I wasn't as lucid as I felt.

Timothy said...

Good luck Christy, I'll be praying for you. Remember the therapeutic level of phenytoin (Dilantin)is 10-20 mcg and it can cause gingival hyperplasia!

Johonn said...

I'll pray for you. I can't relate as well as tim and barry, but I know it's going to be a big test... Hope you sleep well!

Saralyn said...

Oh Christy, I remember, a year and four days ago...

I will be praying for you then.

Ps. 18:32 & 35-36 - the verses that got me through nursing school, no actually, it's the God they speak of : )

Phoebeeee said...

Hey girl, I will pray for you! I remember that day all too well! God will give you the wisdom. :D

Allana said...

prayers

shama said...

my prayers are with you, too! I would try to give you something great to remember like Tim did, but you won't get it until you're done....

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