Ha this is great! CLEAR
The last I posted I was getting ready for my big move to Boston. Now I am finally here & am absolutely loving it! It’s very difficult to be a new grad without a job yet but I have been spending my days studying for the NCLEX in various Starbucks and libraries. Hopefully I will get my code so I can sign up to take this dreaded exam within the next few weeks so then I can explore more than just Boston’s study spots :) I’ll keep you all posted.
I am awed by the mothers and fathers who have walked for days, and sometimes weeks, carrying their children to safety, away from the conflict or the famine or the natural disaster that has overtaken them. It is what I think of now when I read the blog by Ruby, the MSF epidemiologist, who has been working in the refugee camps of northern South Sudan. We all just want to look after our families, and to do that people sometimes need help.
I have been home for a while now and am only able to begin to process the experiences, the good and the not so good, of working in South Sudan, and my return from this struggling, fragile country.
I need this rx stat.