Why Weekend

Ahhh, more thought provoking questions asked in the life of Hilary, this time… Why did you become a nurse?

Honestly, I haven’t a clue.  My junior year of high school I took a LOT of science, and I really enjoyed it.  I thought I wanted to do something scientific, but I knew I liked people and I knew I didn’t want to be in school forever.  Nursing just seemed logical.  I also had one of my science teachers who was a nurse, and I admired her greatly.

In reality, I am sure it was God’s path for me.  We live in an area where nurses are paid quite well.  I am able to work once a week and fund all my portion necessary for our budget.  I feel very blessed in that area.  My other plan was to be a music major, and I think that we all know how thta would have ended {poverty}.

Ta-da.  Another question answered.  Feel free to ask more. :)

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  1. says

    That’s awesome…I feel that way sometimes with speech pathology. I know Heavenly Father probably doesn’t really care what it is I do but He knew what I wanted and what I was looking for and He guided me to it. It’s nice to have someone looking out for you.
    I didn’t know your other option was music major…haha. That would have been awesome :D