Getting Things Done

May 12, 2008

Oh my gosh. Stuff is happening, people. For starters, I graduated. After a longish boring ceremony, they finally announced, “You may now move your tassels from the right to the left,” and a shiver went down my spine. It was a very special moment. Then we sang “The Eyes of Texas,” and it was over. Yay me!

Only one more hurdle to jump before I am an official RN. I have to pass the NCLEX, the state board exam. I scheduled it for June 11 at 8 a.m. I am nervous, and really need to kick the studying up a notch. To that end I am taking another review course this week. In fact, it is going on right this moment. Perhaps I should be paying attention instead of blogging?

Our save-the-date magnets arrived in the mail, and I do like them except that I wish the brown was darker. I spent some time addressing them last night and I hope to have them out by the end of the week. But what I am most excited about is that we actually booked our honeymoon to Kauai, airfare, hotel, car rental and all. So really, the most important part is taken care of, right?

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Comments on Getting Things Done

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    From Katy:

    OK, I am severely jealous that you have booked your honeymoon. We keep changing our minds on where we want to go. First it was Orcas Island, then it was Mexico, then Cuba, now (I think) it’s Peurto Rico. Did you get a good deal?

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    From Katy:

    *Puerto Rico

    I want everyone to know that I know how to spell. Kthnxbai.

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    From Emily A:

    The honeymoon is definitely the most important part of what you need to get done. The wedding will pass in a whirlwind (a fun one) but it is mostly for other people. Your honeymoon is your personal ceremony.

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    From Kapachino:

    I think it was a good deal. We booked it through Funjet vacations, and it was almost a thousand dollars cheaper than through Travelocity. We have to make an extra stop on the flight, but that’s so worth it.

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