I like questions.
In fact, I remember in 2nd grade, my teacher said that I could only ask five questions a day. He gave me new pieces of paper each day.
I asked too many questions. (bottom left hand corner w/ purple pants on)
Who let me tuck my shirt in like that?
I remember when I first moved to Australia the question was how long was I going to stay there.
I mean, who doesn’t love splashing in the ocean at sunset?
Don’t you like asking burning questions, where you don’t have to put down your name?
From ‘Sally’ :
Ok, sorry if I missed this info, I’m just getting to know you and your blog. What nursing spec. are you most interested in? Also, why are you in Australia for school? And lastly, do you want to make your home in Australia for good?
First of all I love it when you can throw three questions into one. I do that pretty much all the time. It’s more efficient. I really REALLY want to due rural, country, and/or disaster relief nursing. My whole goal of becoming a nurse is to work overseas. I am not too sure how that bodes with babes and potentially a man (the date from last has texted me, but we’ll see if it goes anywhere). It’s a hard sell when you’re trying to balance ‘selfish’ endeavours with that of starting family at some point.
I moved to Australia to work for an American university while running their Study Abroad program at a local Australian university. I did that Director job for 2 years and then started working full time for the Australian university. In July 2009, after 3 years of being here, I decided to go back to school to become a nurse in Oz. So, it’s been over 3 1/2 years now that I’ve lived here.
The Million Dollar Question: Do you want to make Australia you home for good? MAN, oh MAN. (mom and grandma don’t read this). Most likely yes (goes and vomits). I can’t believe that I am writing that. When I first moved here it was for 1 year, then it turned into 2, then into 3 1/2 and now by the end of my course it will be 5 1/2 years. THAT’S 1/2 a decade! I will most likely apply of Permanent Residency (PR) and do nursing here in Oz for a couple of years then go overseas….that’s if I am not married and/or prego (dear god I hope not.
Do you ever ask people, direct questions? Ie: so what’s going on with you and her? did you hit it?
Sometimes I just get impatient and want to get to the point. I did that to my poor cousins wife..’are you pregnant?’…cause I knew that she was.
She goes ‘Michelle, you always now how to ask the right questions, you just know. Yes we are…you’re the first person to know’. I have a prego radar.
It hasn’t backfired yet…thank god.
So…do you got a question?