My forever Valentine :)
Yesterday Nathan didn't end up having to go into work, and by some miracle I also didn't have to work and so we got to spend the entire day together!
We woke up, went to the gym, went out to eat, picked up some dessert at Harmon's and came home and watched Seinfeld all night.
It was so sunny yesterday that I came under some sort of delusion that it was summer and so I wore sandals and no coat when we went out. Uhhh yeah that was a mistake! My feet got so frozen!
Now that Christmas has come and gone Winter has lost all its majesty. Spring please come, I beg you.
When we came home from the gym, I found these beauties delivered at our doorstep :)
I swore once I got a dog that I wouldn't be that person who shared thousands of pictures of them, but I just can't help it! Never say never I suppose.
This little pup was way overdue for a bath. It's hilarious because he is SO fluffy, so when you give him a bath he looks like a totally different dog. Like...where did all the fur go? Haha.
Anyway people I am SOOO excited because Nathan and I are road-tripping it to California soon and I cannot wait. Disneyland here we come!
Work has got me so burned out lately, I have been in desperate need of a vacation. So I decided to heck with it and booked a hotel, called Nathan and told him we were going on vacation, haha.
I feel like this post is all over the place, but speaking of work I thought it necessary to mention that I hit my ONE YEAR mark of being a licensed nurse last week!!!!
I cannot express how monumental that is. When they first handed me the keys to the med cart a year ago I was struck with paralyzing fear and overcome with the worst sort of anxieties.
But looky there, it's been a whole year since that day and while I still have so much learning and growing to do I can honestly say I have survived my first year of nursing, and I am only slightly scathed and minorly scarred.
I have met so many wonderful people, and have had so many funny/awesome/heartbreaking/eye-opening experiences and I would not trade it for all the world. When someone tells you that you're their 'favorite nurse' it makes all of the constant stress and lack of eating and bathroom breaks worth it, haha.