Wow! So this past week has been a whirlwind!! I'm now officially Aubriana Celeste Lutz according to Social Security and Department of Transportation. May seem silly I know...but this is HUGE for me. I can now officially say that I'm Mrs. Lutz- it's bliss :) So that was really exciting for me to get that all squared away. In turn now that my name is all changed I have scheduled my Board examinations for October 24th. It's so nerve racking and I'm very anxious but as my sweet hubby says, "God hasn't brought you this far in school and graduating to leave you where you are..." He is always so encouraging and it's something I really adore and love about him! I have been going through the interview process trying to find jobs and Tyler has been so supportive. He really is my number one fan and he has told me before every interview, "Just be yourself they will love you!" I mean it maybe a simple statement but it definitely earns brownie points with this girl (my love language is words of encouragement). Anyway I'm excited to say that I got 2 interviews with my #1 job pick and ended up getting the position. I'm so thrilled to say that I'm working in a hospital where the mission is to extend the healing ministry of Jesus Christ I mean come on right!! So I'm officially going to be in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at Spohn South!! It was such an answer to prayer to get this JOB! Side note: When I got the call from the HR department I was on the phone with Daddy Jerry and when I clicked back over I had to tell him I would call him back after I called Tyler. He knew at that point that I got the job. I'm ecstatic to buy some fun new scrubs, a fun size stethoscope and start caring for some sweet little ones! I know some of you maybe thinking I could never be in the NICU it's way to sad and I would cry all the time. Not for this girl I can't wait to go to work everyday and do everything medically possible for the littles. Because I know that at the end of the day/shift I have done everything I can but that I serve a God bigger than medicine. It's a pretty cool feeling.