I have been done with my capstone for almost a month now. Over this time period, I have had ample time to reflect on my overall experiences and what I've learned. Through the highs and lows of the experience, I still feel as if I have learned a great deal and have grown as a person. Through my capstone experience I learned how to be a more positive team member. More often than not, group projects are not my favorite. My capstone "forced" me to learn how to work and communicate effectively within a group. I have learned a lot about the nursing responsibilities within the public health scope of practice. I never realized or appreciated the vast amount of responsibility that nurses accept when caring for the community. Besides learning more about my profession and how to be a team player, I have also grown as an individual. This semester I was balancing many diverse tasks and responsibilities, a feat that I did not believe myself to be capable of in August. Fortunately, I was able to adapt and successfully balance my work load. In conclusion, I would say the part of my capstone that I am going to miss the most is my capstone advisor, Sandi. While Sandi and my group did not always see eye to eye, I understand now that all of Sandi's actions were done with the intent to help us succeed. She is without a doubt one of the most genuinely nice individuals I have encountered and the ability to work with her was a privilege.