Saturday, August 2, 2008

wii or ps3

I have these thoughts about my little brother. Oh no!! He is not little anymore; he is now growing up as a fine young man. I am just glad because my brother and I are getting closer compared before. We now talk about his stuffs, and about my stuffs. About his girls, and friends, right now he is courting Alexys, and he is really seeking for advice. Even the clothes he will wear, he will gonna ask me first. We also go to mall together and shop together. He is very conscious at everything. Though we are closer, we also have fights and arguments, the latest one, which is better PS3 or WII. He is asking for a PS3 to our dad, but I insist for a WII since we have PS2. I know that PS3 has connectivity with the PlayStation Portable and its use of a high-definition optical disc format, Blu-ray Disc, as its primary storage medium. The PS3 was also the first Blu-ray 2.0-compliant Blu-ray player on the market. But WII has its wireless controller, the Wii Remote, which can be used as a handheld pointing device and detect movement in three dimensions. Another is WiiConnect24, which enables it to receive messages and updates over the Internet while in standby mode. So which you think is better WII or PS3?

this patch means a lot

My 2nd year in college is over and I am an official nursing student, in my 3rd yr now.
I don’t know how I will describe my 2nd yr in college, it’s like a roller coaster ride. It’s crazy, its freaking but still I cant help but to smile. Every single day I spent was amazing, was worth remembering. I met the best block section, I guess, B09, they were so special. I spent my 2 semesters with them. They are great people and I learned a lot from them. Its also where I met some of my professors, who taught me lessons not just from books but life lessons that serves as my guide.

I am the type of student who is not fond of studying, its rare for me to hold books, to write notes, and I don’t even prefer to bring bag with me in school. Many thought, I am not learning. However, the truth is that I really learned a lot. I learned so many things, in anatomy, literature, history etc but the most important things I learned is beyond the books. Its about life, love, relationship, friendship, commitment, expectation, demand, responsibility and many more. I learned about life and I know that there is a lot more to know.

Every day, is a day I need to survive. Moreover, what I notice is that, I have survived it because I do have great friends on my side. Friends that is willing to walk with me even barefooted. Friends who never turn their back to me every time I need help, I need support. They are the witnessed on everything, from the naughtiest things I did, up to the most rewarding moments I have. My friends are the one who really laughed at my corny jokes, they are the ones who can stand at my weird side, they are the one I can call on, they are there, and so am I for them. They are my true friends, I can count them with my fingers, they are few but do a lot for me, and they mean a lot for me. Moreover, my family and my creator, they are my source of strength they always going to be a part of me.

We all do have our own problems. I have my problem its just that how we will handle the problem right. Sometimes I still find myself, looking for what I want, what I like, what I don’t want to do, who will I be? (nurse???), will I do that, things like that. Right now, I am laughing and I am asking myself why I am typing these thoughts in my mind, maybe because I am bored and my fingers keep on typing. Just like how I deal with my problems, laughing though sometimes I end up crying, and I ask myself what to do. Does it, whatever will be the result, just go on, keep on, and do not stop. Life goes on right, but everything has an end it just a matter of how.

Like now, I am asking how I will end this. I don’t know, maybe just saying keep on smiling fish, life goes on and there a lot more waiting for you.

16 hours duty

This will be my first post in this blog, I just wanna say hi to all passerby.. hmm just got home from my duty in Marikina, its really tiring, 16 hours straight. Well what will I expect I choose this course, lots of demands. My patient is a mother, who just gave birth, so I monitored her vital signs every 1 hour as what ordered by the physician. I also monitored the urine output of my patient, and gave meds through IV. It’s really a great experience for me who will be a future nurse, 2 yrs from now. I hope all the hard work I am giving right now will be paid off.

Its not easy to be a student nurse... waah how much more to be a registered nurse..