Chapter 10: It’s just a little wind and water

We’ve been having a lot of rain lately per usual, but for whatever reason, it seems to have a little more intensity behind it this spring. We have clinical scheduled on Thursdays and our class is split up and assigned various practice sites. One of our classmates jokingly asked if Continue reading Chapter 10: It’s just a little wind and water

Chapter 8: You’ll never see this again

Clinical is usually pretty boring. To be fair, I’m not sure how I’ll feel about a bunch of neophytes working under my license– once I get it. Most clinicals involve doing very mundane tasks under watchful supervision. It’s rare that something exciting happens. And if it does, I’m usually pushed Continue reading Chapter 8: You’ll never see this again

Chapter 5: Kate and I ponder alcoholism

“Hey. Are do you want to go to El Jalisco again for lunch?” Kate asks. We are supposed to be studying gas laws, capillary action, density and other science-y stuff when Kate asks me this seeming innocuous question. “You remember what happened last time?’ I responded without it trying to Continue reading Chapter 5: Kate and I ponder alcoholism

Chapter 4: A Proper Introduction aka my name is…

ElizaMarie, future RT ElizaMarie, student RT’ Ummm hey, My name is ElizaMarie All three are variations of an introduction I’ve use at the hospital just this week.  There are so many people to meet. There are the hospitalists. So far, I count 4. There are the ER physicians–I’ve met 7 Continue reading Chapter 4: A Proper Introduction aka my name is…