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  • Joyce

    I mopped floors in college as a part time job. One of the dish washer people asked what my major was and I said nursing. He was like, "why nursing? why not be a doctor? i would've just gone to medical school." I seriously doubted myself and felt so small. Then I realize, well you'll always wash dishes while I will have a career in nursing after I graduate and pass the boards! See ya, sucker. Pray you don't become my patient someday!

  • Lisa Carlson Turnblom

    To all the wonderful nurses who are making a difference and who will....Linda, Joan, Laurie, Kathy, Stefanie and Melissa...... just to name a few!

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