This week Linda has given us, spoke for our Stream of Consciousness posts, which can be used as part of a word or as a word itself, whichever we choose, and there are bonus points available if we don’t use it in the first sentence! I am using it as part of the word spoken.
I always seem to find myself talking about how far behind I am with my blogging on Saturdays in these posts but as it is becoming pretty frequent I will have to stop doing that. I am also going to mention today that which should not be spoken about! You know what I mean, something else I am harping on about a lot lately, and it has to do with the .profession that I have chosen.
I have to tell you though, that I passed the assignment that I had to resubmit and although we have been back at Uni since the start of the week, I can now fully relax in the knowledge that I am a fully fledged 2nd year now! We go out on placement at the end of May, something else which I am pretty excited about too!
I think I have spoken enough for now!
Glad you got the assignment in and passed sis! Well done!
Thanks so much, Sis. I can breathe a huge sigh of relief…for now! 🙂
I’ll bet 😊
We’ll done sis so proud of you💜🤣🤣🤣
Thank you so much Sis. I am thrilled to have got the first year under my belt, but now (apparently), the real work begins!! 🙂
OMG, they always say that, especially when you are congratulating yourself on doing well. Perhaps it is to keep us grounded… You can do it!! 💜💜
Yes I know, it does make me worry a bit, but I am going to give it my best shot of course. Thanks so much for your confidence in me, Sis. It really means a lot. 💖💖
You deserve to succeed after all the hard work you have put in 💜💜
Thank you, Willow xx
And I do believe in you 💜💜💜
Hurray ! Well done! Onwards and upwards. ❤
Thank you Daffy!! x
What does going out on placement mean?
I think you call them clinicals. It is spending time in a hospital/care home/ doctor’s surgery or anywhere else where there might be nursing involved. It is where we put into practice and get signed off for our clinical skills. 🙂
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