I was in a corner prepping some charts while there isn’t anything I can do and one of the nurses approach me and tell me that she grateful for me. “You have no idea how great it is to see you. You always have a smile on and it really helps, even when you clean beds.”
The feeling is neutral. I see them. I see all that they do. I appreciate them swiftly caring for their patients. They are all efficient. Despite being pulled at 4 different ways, they are able to care for each patient equally. They aren’t easily frazzled and they keep their head cool when we are slammed. They aim to give discharge instructions promptly and that helps me discharge the patients and then clean the beds as soon as possible. There are days when I can’t even clean the beds fast enough and there are patients that need to be transported.
Bless all their hearts. It is no walk in the park for any body there especially when they are short-staffed and have limited room in the recovery area.
My sweet optometrist commented on my Coach bag. He said he bought a similar bag for his wife a few years ago. When I left he still commented on the bag. He also said he liked my MTV t-shirt.
I don’t care if he is just being nice.
Oh. I scuffed my left eye while removing my Ortho-K lens. Now I have to remember to put drop in before I even attempt to take my lenses out in the morning.