>>I switched careers about 10 years ago. I started working in an emergency department and loved it, and caught the fire of medical. I knew that that was what my goal is going to be. I was drawn to become a nurse from a young age. I love working with children and I love bringing peace to them, when they’re nerve-wracked, and things are happening, and they’re are in pain, and they’re in fear. It’s a privilege to go to work everyday, and to go to school, knowing that everything I’m learning, I can apply, and knowing that what I am doing really does make a difference. It’s not to just something I say, I actually have the opportunity everyday to do that. I’m grateful for the hands-on, I’m grateful for the small environment, and I’m grateful for the learning I’ve done here. Earning my nursing degree will impact my family and impact my life because the sky’s the limit. I’m excited to be able to jump in and help out in whatever and wherever situation I’m needed. It’s not an easy task, but yet it’s amazingly worth it. I’m Miranda Miller and I’m an Aggie nurse.