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Congratulations on the birth of your daughter. Hereís hoping your growing family is off to a happy and healthy start.
I apologize for the delay. Iíve been posting from my phone recently and missed your VM -- canít access them from the mobile app, apparently.
I was just curious about any DR plans you might have. Knew you took what sounded like a pretty fascinating trip last year and that you had mentioned a desire to return. Looking forward to any details you share concerning any future baseball-related travels.
Are you planning on making another trip to the Dominican Republic this off-season?
Try to send it in small parts in hopes of not getting booted prematurely:
1. Yes, church ques related to community activities…. What separates you from any of the other applicants? Mission trips, feeding the poor, organizing health clinics for the homeless all speak to the person you are… This is what separates the wheat from the shaft. CRNA's love the idea that their careers make a difference; those who actually do make a difference in the community inspire, motivate, captivate, draw them closer in. Your catholic connections will make this easy to involve yourself quickly, easily, efficiently. Jump on this!
WILL SEND MORE LATER. HOPING THIS GETS THRU
hahaha damn... no i didn't get anything.
I've been done with PT for quite some time, but try to stay pretty active. I haven't decided exactly where all to apply yet, but depending on family stuff, I may stay around IL (in Peoria now). I should probably have somewhere around 2.5-3 years by the time I'll start applying. My gpa for science classes is probably somewhere in the 3.75-4 range. In nursing school I think I grad with a gpa of 3.65. I'd probably target starting spring or fall of 2013. No current involvment in any church, but have some connections (work at catholic hospital & went to catholic RN school); is that for volunteering opportunities?
Hey man I saw ur post about the anesthesia stuff... I actually went back to school for nursing with the intention of going on to CRNA school after I get a couple years of experience. I've had a couple back surgeries since I finished nursing school, so kinda had a set-back there, but in another year or so I'm going to start goin down the CRNA path. I'd be grateful for any kind of advice you'd have or anything like that.
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