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February 28th, 2013, 11:24 AM
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I've been headed down the nursing path for the last two years. Due to work and such I was taking a prereq here, a prereq there. Then I enlisted in the Army NG and they were able to pay for all my tuition so I went full time. Well low and behold our lovely two forms of BC didn't work for us and now I'm prengnat. NG is on hold, as welll is the tuition assistance obviously, and I find myself just not giving a hoot about school. I was so excited to get into the Guard and be a medic, then come home and continue with my schooling to become a nurse. Now, nope don't care.

I'm normally the gal that's early to class, has all her homework done, color coded planner, notecards, everything put together. Lately, I'm late almost daily (if I even go at all) I'm scrambling to get my homework done, and I haven't touched my planner in weeks.

It's not like this baby is the end of the world. In fact, postponing my enlistment actually gives me the oppurtunity to finish out a GS Associates and re-enlist as a higher rank. I just don't know what's going on with me. Why can't I seem to kick this sense of absolute dread with school? I registered for Spring term, but keep wanting to drop the courses.

I'm afraid of spending the money and flaking out. With such a high demand in nursing school, I can't afford to flake. I have to get all A's. You know? I mean hell, it's to the point where I don't even want to be a nurse anymore.

Anyone else go through this funk?
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