November 9 marked the first day of our classes. To think that it's our 1st day, we had lecture right away and we were given assignments as well. Whatta day! I was really sleepy and super tired. It was like I was used to waking up lunchtime and not having breakfast at all. (Parang ang haba ng sembreak ah!)
It was nice seeing my blockmates again, we were like the noisiest yet most intelligent class in our batch. Our new professors were fine, I think we would be able to get along well, and they are humorous in a way because they tend to joke every now and then. By the way, here are my subjects for this semester:
Care 2 - 3 units
Physics - 3 units
Related Learning Experience (RLE) - 2 units
Rizal - 3 units
Political Science - 3 units
Science and Technology and Society (STS) - 3 units
Euthenics 1 & 2 - 1 unit
Economics - 3 units
P.E 4 (Ballroom Dancing) - 2 units
My subjects are pretty interesting; I just hope we won't get "toxic" with their assignments, projects, quizzes, and Return Demonstrations. Brain cells should cooperate! Hmm, I'll take memory enhancer kaya
? Hehe! My classmate told me, it really works! Should I try one? Nah, maybe when we start getting "toxic."
A lot of people are taking up Nursing nowadays. In fact, we have 9 irregular classmates in some particular subjects. They all came from different schools like U.P Manila, 3 from UST, U.P Los Baños, Ateneo, Trinity College of QC and CEU. Another fact, before they transferred in our school (UERM
), they were all taking up Bachelor of Science Courses like Biology, Medical technology, Pharmacy, Occupational Therapy and Accountancy. When I asked them what made them decide to take up Nursing instead of their previous course, they all said: "Nursing is more practical!"
Others wanted to be a doctor after taking those Pre-Med courses. My irregular classmate Karen who took up Biology in Ateneo told me this: "I wanted to be a doctor, Biology was my pre-med course, naisip ko na why not take Nursing nalang, since it's more practical tapos doctors now are taking it. At least mas maganda na yung background ko, marami nakong alam in terms of hospital experience before I take Medicine in the future."
She was right. Now, I'm thinking, what if I finished Nursing and be a professional nurse, will I leave the country to serve other people instead of my fellow Filipinos or
I'll just stay here, serve the Filipinos, and be the best that I can be just to be able to help patients without minding the money I have to earn?
Bahala na, matagal pa yun!
, I will really strive hard
to finish the Nursing profession. I will be the best nurse in the future! Help me pray for it.
I will try to check your blogs every now and then. I hope you would still visit mine. Thanks! Missing you all! Godbless! Mwah! :p