-Being one of the few students to precept at Children’s Hospital Oakland which had been my lifelong dream to work there.
-Graduating from Nursing School and celebrating with people who care the most.
-Turning 25 and celebrating my birthday every week in June.
-Passing the NCLEX and watching my parents cry tears of joy instead of frustration.
-Getting a callback from CCRMC and working there as a Medical-Surgical Nurse
-Celebrating the Holidays with my entire family which hasn’t happened in 8 years.
-Being able to give Christmas gifts to each family member. This is how I learned that “giving is truly better than receiving”.
-Lastly, having someone there to share all the special moments that occurred this year. We’ve grown to have a beautiful yet complicated “relationship” but regardless of our situation, I’m grateful for him. I continue to wish the best for the both of us in 2012. Faith.
This year is the first time in 3 years since I celebrated NYE at home. I’ve been driving down to Las Vegas with my family and whoring it up in the streets of Sin City. Okay, I just sounded like a hooker but I’m just really missing the chaos and mozone at the strip during this time of the year. I may not be celebrating NYE there but it’s not going to stop me from celebrating a momentous year here at home. 2011 is definitely a year to celebrate so cheers to an unforgettable year! To the Lord, my heart is filled with so much gratitude. <3 May 2012 bring good health, more happiness and more blessings…yeah, the same goes for you. :) Happy New Year!