A few years ago I emerged from University with a degree and not many job options. I looked around for a while and after several months of nothing but judgemental looks from the staff at centrelink I got a job working in a hospital. Not what I studied but I took it. Now on the first day at work the staff gave me a uniform and told me how to wash my hands and sent me on my way. Don't worry I'm not actually responsible for nursing care.
I've decided to go back to Uni this year and get my nursing degree. I've only just realised how much this decision is going to turn my life upside down more then any other time I have done tertiary study. Now putting aside all the reading and time management it seems my wardrobe is going change a lot.
I have to wear short sleeves (at least 5 cm about the elbows) cleavage covering tops most days at Uni to be allowed into the practise labs. I have avoided that shape for a long time. My "uniform" is usually a knit tank top jeans and a cardigan or a woven tank top jeans and a cardigan. Throw on a scarf and jacket for colder weather. So I have to make some things to wear.
Now to the fun part. Picking patterns...
|Sinbad and Sailor Fitted Dove T|
|Megan Nielsen Briar Tshirt|
|SewChic Ehlen Blouse|
|Grainline Scout T|
|Salme Cut Out the Shoulder Dress|
Just have to finish a very special dress then I can get started on this project. And you know do some Uni home work.