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Thursday, November 03, 2005
I Got Put On-Call

Well, today was supposed to be my first "working" day out in the field. I went in this morning for the monthly meeting and was getting all ready to hit the road when all hell broke lose! 2 people died this morning and not enough people to cover them and the other patients. I was like " I can go...no problem!" but the company has this thing about someone training for 3 days before they can go at it alone *sighs* So, Melissa turned around at me and handed me a bunch of paperwork and told me I'm on call and sent me on my way.

Two good things came out of being on-call...

1- Still paid $45.00 a day to sit and do nothing

2- Was able to pick up the Martha Stewart Holiday Cookie Magazine (Tracy, yours is on its way!)

So, that's how my day started...


link | posted by Mrs. TSB at 9:33 AM






1 Comments:
Anonymous spinny had this to say:

woohoo cooooooooooooookies!!! ty darlin!

9:27 PM 

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