It's fill-in-the-blank Friday time again ... to play along, go over and visit Lauren at the little things we do!
1. The best thing about being in school was/is choir. It was the first time I really ever felt like I was a part of something. (Think Glee ... that was my life in high school.) And this will sound nerdy, but I also just really loved learning. The best part of college was everything :) .
2. The worst thing about being in school was/is being picked on/bullied. I was less than popular in middle school and high school, and it wasn't until college that I really came into my own. Until then, I was made fun of a lot... .
3. My favorite subject in school was/is in high school, it was American Studies, which was a combo class of U.S. History and American Lit. combined. I also really liked anatomy .
4. One subject I wish I could have mastered/would like to master is I wish I could have learned Spainish ... it would have helped so much with what I do now .
5. I could never get tired of studying Human physiology and pathophysiology. I told you, I'm a nerd .
6. The most memorable teacher I had was There are a lot. I liked my teachers better than my classmates in most cases. In high school, the most influential were my choir director, Mrs. Hamilton, and the teachers of that American Studies class, Mrs. Ireland and Major Dean. In nursing school, it was Mrs. Money, who always believed in my potential as a NICU nurse and encouraged me to puruse that specialty when no one else did .
7. If I could choose between going to school for the rest of my life or working for the rest of my life, I'd choose Honestly, that is a really tough question. If I could go to school and have it the same as my 4 years in undergrad, then I'd probably go to school forever. (As long as I had a money tree growing in my front yard or something, to fund all my fun and expensive endeavors...) But I do love to work. I think I would miss my babies if I quit... But my perfect picture of life (that hopefully will be attainable someday) is to be a Mommy most of the time, and work prn a few days a month. That is the ideal :) .