Autumn, 1974- College Sophomore Finally! I began the School of Nursing with my 200 classmates. We studied Nursing Theory and Growth & Development, but Physiology challenged me the most. God made our bodies extremely complex. Half of my class started with two quarters of Physiology and the other half began with one quarter of Anatomy.… Continue reading School of Nursing Begins
May 2001 After examining me, my gynecologist gently said, "Pam, I'm afraid you need to have a hysterectomy. I don't want to let you keep bleeding like this and ending up with an emergency situation." I choked back the tears and replied, "Is there any way I could be on a different floor so I… Continue reading A Mother of None or Many?
Autumn, 1974- College Sophomore I finally began studying at the School of Nursing with my 200 classmates. The lecture hall is huge where we had our nursing theory class (5 hours) and Growth & Development class (3 hours). My most difficult class by far was Physiology (5 hours). They split our class so one half… Continue reading School of Nursing Begins
April 1993 I have been sick often this past winter with four colds, gastrointestinal virus, and bronchitis. I was only able to go skiing once in Vermont even though we had tons of snow. Things are going well as a visiting nurse even though I have been assigned to three different districts and had my… Continue reading What is a Nurse Practitioner?
December 31, 2020 I thank God that He made me a new creation when I received Jesus Christ as my personal Savior in 1971 (See Life Changing Letter). Therefore, if any man be in Christ, he is a new creation; old things are passed away; behold, all things are become new. II Corinthians 5:17 I'm… Continue reading Happy New You!