Nurse Betty BScN (cand): Dilemma

Nurse Betty BScN (cand)

I am a 36 year old mother of 2. I entered university in 2005 for the BScN program but had no idea what a roller coaster ride it would be. My other interests are boating, cottaging, gardening, sitting, doing nothing, vegging and of course hard core belly button contemplating.

Saturday, June 03, 2006


Okay, essay is done. I like it, I really do. I never say that about my writing, but today I am pleased. It reads well, easy and clear, raises interesting points. DILEMMA: it doesn't really answer the question. I was supposed to take an inequality of society and find the theory of sociology that best describes it. I chose gender inequality as you may (probably) know and I spoke well about gender inequality for both sexes, gave great examples but spoke only a little of how each theory explains it. What to do what to do? It is due Monday. I need a cookie.

edit 1930 - I have reread the essay 14 times. I like it as it is. I am going to hand it in and hope that he will be dazzled by how brilliantly it is written and forget that it has nothing to do with the actual question. Wish me luck


Blogger hoosier student nurse said...

I have tired head just thinking about an essay. I'm so happy I've taken every non nursing class I have to except for foreign language (damn it for failing spanish in high school). As for the volunteer work I do, look on the internet for CASA. I've been doing this for several years, well before I went back to school. I don't know if it's outside the US, but most states now mandate that all children who've been removed from their homes by the court have an advocate. It was found that with no voice in court, some of these kids were spending years in foster care waiting for parents to pull themselves together. Then at 18, they just aged out and were on the streets with no assistance. A judge realized he was seeing the same kids coming before him as juvenille offenders that he'd removed years before from their homes, and they were still in foster care. The law now limits the length of time before resolution. Usually it's between 12-18 months before they are either reunited or the parents rights are terminated. Unfortunately, with the meth problem, kids are being removed in record numbers, and while I should have one case, I now have four, so it's pretty easy to get messed up with the court dates right now since there is no states atty, so their using fill ins and we're all flying by the seat of our pants, and schedules are being changed constantly, but I still suck for forgetting.

5:20 p.m.  

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