Winter break is come and gone and the start of school is
here already. I went back home for Christmas, and was it nice to have a small
break from the dorms. Nothing beats your own bed, your time with the family,
food from your family, and your friends back home. I had a short, but very
relaxing break. I was back in Rocklin for just over two weeks before I was
headed back to San Francisco. I was able to get in just enough time with
friends and family and some time to relax as well. It was a crazy busy semester
and I’m expecting the Spring semester to be just as busy.
I came back to San Francisco early
to get back to working at the USF Law School ITS, I love my job and wouldn’t
trade it for any others. My boss was very appreciative of me coming back early
so, I was able to get some solid hours in. My girlfriend also came back early,
just a few days after me so that she could work as well.
between working we were able to go and do some fun activities around the city.
We went and saw The Descendants, The Girl with A Dragon Tattoo, Beauty and the
Beast in 3D, and The Contraband. Clearly quite the variety in movies, we also
went to a hamburger restaurant called Roam Artisan Burgers. I had what they
call “the French and fries” on an elk burger and she had the “sunny side” with
beef. It was really really good! I highly recommend it, if I go back, which I
plan to, I would get the sunny side it was a great burger that had egg on it!
happy to be back and feeling recharged for another tough semester. I have my
clinical rotations at San Francisco General Hospital, which should be quite the
experience. The rotations should be much more exciting and I’m looking forward
to the faster paced nursing than that of last semester. There are a lot of new
and exciting things going on with the Nursing Student’s Association including
the first NSA sponsored bonfire on the beach, it should be a lot of fun! I
ended the last semester on a good note, and winter break was a lot of fun so, I
hope to kick off this semester continuing with the good blessings and make the
semester a great one!