So yesterday I met with my class of 10 PNP (6 acute care and 4 primary care) and 8 FNP students. This is the first time I've got 3 different concentrations in one class and it's a bit overwhelming to us all. They are a great group and we are going to pilot a new clinical evaluation program with them and they seem excited to try it. The saga of the clueless admin assistant continued - I kid you not we are on the 4th attempt to get the meeting minutes right and this is even with detailed lists of corrections from me. I've worked with many people at all levels over the years and I can truely say she is the least qualified, most unwilling to try and learn, and most likely spend more time avoiding doing something right then just doing it person I've run into. Finished up about 430 with students. Met with my faculty mentor (who now happens to be my boss) and wrapped things up in time to have dinner (ribeye Med-rare, 1/2 baked sweet potato with cinnamon, Cesar salad - hold the croutons, wine) with youngest and oldest sons. I've got another hour before I have to really get moving, shower, pack, and get to the airport. Get to sleep in my own bed tonight!