I have two distance learning courses that I must conquer in the next few months: Nursing Leadership & Management and Nursing Issues. Instead of complaining about the amount of work I have to do, I CHOOSE to welcome the opportunity to develop leadership skills and learn about issues relevant to my profession. I will also appreciate that I am able to concentrate solely on school and not have to work at the same time.
Instead of complaining about housework and all that stuff, I CHOOSE to relax and enjoy the organization I put into place in form of monthly menus. Plus I get to try a whole lot of new recipes and bake! Which I do love, especially when it's low-stress. I will also embrace the opportunity to care for my family which is why I do all that I do.
Instead of dreading all the group projects I am involved in during the next few months, I CHOOSE to celebrate the fact that I will be spending time with my very intelligent friends while collaborating on these projects, thus ensuring we all get good grades!
Lizzie has extracurricular activities scheduled almost every day of the week. This means a lot of driving and waiting to enable Lizzie to participate in these activities. I CHOOSE to catch up on extra reading and complete some crafting projects while waiting, and develop new friendships with the other parents waiting for their children. Plus I get to see little Lizzie improving pretty much everyday in her skills.
I will be working a combination of day and night shifts at the hospital this fall. I CHOOSE to be excited that I get to care for these most innocent and helpless of creatures. AND I get to cuddle some babies!
The caption here is "I have PMS...can't you understand?". That just about sums me up these days. However, I CHOOSE to celebrate this most feminine condition and accept that I have an excuse for acting