Parris, back in my early twenties I actually got all the college prerequisites out of the way for RN school and then two weeks into RN school itself my wife at the time decided our marriage was over. Been a paid tourist (truck driver) ever since. Sounds like you were the smart one. But I actually do like driving.
brother I don't think I started school 2 hours 38 I had gone to engineering school when I was 19 but never actually work how about that I was a construction worker for 10 years and then I did fireplaces marble and chimley work for 10 years all high work off the ladders 1 million dollar houses I was the only guy that could do the dangerous stuff but then the company closed and nobody else would pay me what I was worth so I had to go back to school.your credits are probably still good you could look into it if you ever get tired of driving trucks
It takes a special person to work in the medical field, especially nursing. Having an aunt, uncle, mother, and younger brother all working as RN's you woulda thought its in my blood. Not for me though... It really takes a special kind of person - not everyone can do it. Hats off to you for what you do and all the others man.
thanks Jon it's good to see that you and others think that this is a good profession and you appreciate us nurses it's really good to hear a lot of people coming to the emergency room and give me a bunch of crap drunks trying to beat me up crazy people trying to bite me but then you have someone really sick and you really help them and they're really happy and the family is happy that makes you feel really good
Edited by rico300zx, 12 January 2015 - 10:51 PM.