Seven days have gone by since I last held a pencil and with full concentration answered a total of 500 exam questions for the July 2010 Nursing Licensure Examinations. And until now, it still amazes me how I've gone through it all and still kept my cool. Though whenever I look back, I feel as if it's been a month.
Anyhow, nothing too eventful happened after all the hoopla's.
Monday. Mom treated me to lunch and a movie afterwards. To my horror, she dragged me to watch Eclipse with her. It was okay, but yet again didn't really meet my standard of a 'good movie'. If not for the dimsum, I would have gone mad! Lol. Nevertheless, I love my mom! She always knows that one of things that can get my mind off a really bothersome matter is a movie, whether good or bad.
Tuesday. I hibernated into the "HBO-all-you-can day" mode. AND I loved watching Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist! Ironically, I do think me and my BFF Caren are like Norah and Carolyn. I'm Carolyn - you get the picture. Haha!
Wednesday. I was with the Yearbook Editorial Board deciding on layout design among others. It was probably one of the first times I laughed insanely hard after the board exams (when I thought I forgot to breathe out of anxiety). Oh, and I did hang-out with Angel, Zien, Rei and Oskie at Starbucks (the one at MOA San Miguel by the Bay). ^^,
That very same day, my friend from CCP-TP days Hogi Cadlum messaged me saying if I'd be interested to work part-time in their BPO company. I gladly jumped ship and hurriedly made my resume.
Friday. Attended a business presentation at HSBC Enterprise Tower, regarding USANA. After which I found myself purposelessly roaming around Greenbelt ALONE; praying the rosary, hearing Mass and eating frozen yogurt. That night, I would've said it was one of the worst nights ever, since everyone else was out for a good Friday night. But then as I look back, I'm glad I was surrounded with warmth and music. Perhaps, it's still considered good.
Saturday. I came in the Convergys G5 site for an interview. I arrived at 10am and got off by 3:30pm (yes, that long). It was a painstacking - slash -nerve-wracking experience since it was my first time to go on a job interview. I waited for about 30-45 minutes before being called on to the initial interview with 4 other applicants (3 of which are also fresh Nursing grads). It was all good, got through it as well as the additional 4 tests that came afterwards. Then I had to wait for 2++ hours for the final interview. When the time came and Chriss (the recruitment specialist) interviewed me, I was surprised when she said that she thinks I'm going through the whole process maybe not half-heartedly but with less commitment than was expected of me. And that she is giving me 7 days to decide whether I really want the part-time post or not. It was really a BIG dilemma, up to now. But now that it boils down to it, she made me realize after the interview that I am IN-LOVE with Nursing. Crazy, right? I don't even know how I came across that thought. Maybe it's when she told me that I can only be too sure of what I want for my future is when I finally get the results of my board exams.
Ugh. I don't know. Right now all I know is I need a job. It's a crazy/scary world out there, and I do think that without one I might as well be dead meat. But I know that with God's grace, everything will fall into place just fine... and I know that he's preparing the perfect path for me. It's still under construction.