Upon staying late at night and finishing a pile of annoying school work, I was stroke by the thought of what if one day I woke up and all these obstacles suddenly disappeared like a bubble. Poof! Then gone. Wouldn’t life be a lot easier and less stressful?
It has been a month already and everything is definitely getting tougher as each day goes by. And I feel like I’m losing the battle of efficiently dividing time for things I like to do and things I need to do since school is consuming much of my time now. I feel sad every time I remember some things I used to do which I can no longer enjoy as for the moment. Last week, we just had our Monthly exam and judging with the results I garnered, (so far) little sacrifices I did paid off. But still I know I can do a lot better than that. So I’m setting my goals higher now and will try to keep up with my good work. Positive!
Our delivery room duty has ended as well, it has been an extremely fulfilling experience with a very generous clinical instructor. I wish we could have longer chance for DR duty; but, we all have to rotate in the hospital. So now we’re designated to out patient department. As usual, there are more things to do in OPD. I’m quite excited for our school nursing and home visit! I bet we’ll learn a lot from those experiences. Anyway, I know it’s been days since I last posted here so I’m keeping up with some shots I took for the past days. Here’s my chubby hand that awfully got injured during my handball class and my awkward smiling face to scare you all. Haha.
Truly stress will forever be glued on our shoulders. Sometimes you just have to give more priority on things you know that need more attention. (So as for the lack of update on this blog). And if one day I woke up and all these obstacles suddenly evaporated, I know that I’ll definitely lose the chance of developing myself more to a better person.