Friday, July 10, 2020

Soaking Wet And Loved

786.  I jumped out of the car and walked into work in a pouring waterfall of rain.  My clothes were sopping wet!  You couldn't drive more than 25 miles an hour.  Me and my co-workers were just laughing and joking about it because it was so funny.  When my shift started everyone came up to me and told me I could go to the laundry department and get a dry pair of scrubs.  I kept saying I was fine.  One of the nurses had the most concerned look on her face and kept asking me if I was sure I was fine.  I told her my clothes would probably be dry in the next hour and that I wasn't freezing anymore.  

Then my patient told me he wanted me to put on a dry pair of clothes and that if they didn't give me one to wear his clothes and a belt to keep them up.  LOL  He told me he didn't want to see me in an oxygen tent and dying of pneumonia.  He said, "You're too nice of a girl for that."  He knew someone who had.  He told me that if he didn't see me in a dry pair of clothes the next time he saw me he was going to raise all hell.  He made me promise to get a dry pair of clothes on.  

So I went to the laundry department and they only had size 2 XL  LOL  So I was swimming in it.  But my patient was happy.  But he wasn't done bossing me around yet.  He made me go in his bathroom and get a clean towel that hadn't been used yet and dry my hair..."in front of me."  He wanted to make sure I did it because I kept saying my wet hair was no big deal.  And later that night he kept asking me if I was okay and if I felt better.  I was like, "Yeah, I'm not freezing anymore.  I'm actually really hot from running around."  LOL

My scrubs are still damp 10 hours later.  They were sopping at the time.  It's nice to know there are so many people that love me.  So many of m co-workers asked me if I was okay.  I really must've looked awful.  LOL  So that's my story of being soaking wet and loved. 


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