I really hoped it wouldn't be this way. But it is. I'm going to have to give some things up.
I didn't want it to be church. But it's an hour travel time either way, 3 times a week. I've just got to come to terms with it: I'd be prudent to cut out midweek services. I'm running myself into the ground, and it hasn't even been a full week since school started.
Here's how the week looks.
Monday, get up at 4am, go to the hospital, work clinical till 2:30 or 3:30, home between 3pm and 4pm. Write up Nursing Process Papers on each patient till time to sleep. (around 10pm) Supper, shower, and devotions in there of course.
Tuesday, get up at 6:15am, pick up carpoolers, drive to school. Pharmacology 8am to 10am. Med-Surg Theory 10:30am to 12:30pm. View assigned audiovisual materials. Try to work out and study at the same time. Voice lesson from 3pm to 4pm. Go home, read my brains out till I go to sleep.
Wednesday, same routine, only without the Voice Lesson.
Thursday, catch up on Pharmacology and Med-Surg Reading. Finish Care Plans and Clinical paperwork. Read assignments for Clinical Sleep.
Friday, up at 4am again. Same drill as Monday.
Saturday, try desperately to read assignments for coming week's Pharmacology, Clinical, Med-Surg Theory, finish clinical paperwork
Sunday, go to church, finish clinical paperwork. Bury my head in my books. Try to sleep.
Pass Go, collect grades, stool specimens, bloodied paperwork by the pen of the preceptor.
Not sure where I'm going to fit in the hour and a half of voice practice in there.
My posts have greatly deteriorated, however, I have no time for anything more literary.
Goodnight. Peace to you, dear reader.