I had a relaxing afternoon hanging out in the pool with Sarah. She doesn’t have a lot going on these past few days, so she has been hitched to my side and very attentive to my needs. Of course, I mean my manly needs if you know what I mean. Since I was off work last night, I had the whole day to do the more mundane things like mowing the yard and paying the bills. As the day got hotter, Sarah and I hit the pool. She has an awesome body that turns heads noticeably. I love her summer nails, which are usually colored some fluorescent color to match her suntanned skin. Such a turn on! We grilled out on our patio this evening, cooking up some mouth-watering burgers for dinner. What a fantastic day…but now I have to go to work, which sucks because I have no energy left after our quickie.
Tonight started out as a classic night at work. Many of my patients in the Emergency Department were my regulars. Super-users who come in for unidentifiable pain complaints every several days at least. I irradiate them time and again with cat scans and X-rays, looking for some mysterious diagnosis as I pretend there is illness so as to maintain that ‘professional demeanor.’ In reality, I should be blunt and just tell them off by saying they are just drug-seeking. Of course then I would loose my job, and occasionally, even those who cry wolf may have an illness at some point. This causes me sympathy-fatigue as my intellect is constantly challenged by people looking for pain medication and notes to get off work throughout my night shift. Yes – some people are sick and injured, but so much is caused by bad behavior – meaning drugs and alcohol, which no one ever admits to. People seem so surprised when I find cocaine in their urine. Usually the patient and I blow it off as lab error…wink..wink..
Late in the night, I ran across a new technician on one of the telemetry floors. She has all the things that turn me on – a great smile, cute, and long blond hair. She seems athletic and muscularly fit, but in a feminine sort of way. I managed to connect with her conversationally as I was walking by. I saw her notice my physician badge, which led to a conversation about my job and lifestyle. She was very friendly and easy to talk to. Of course I mirrored everything that she had interests in, including sky-diving and rock climbing, none of which truly interest me. I think I may have caught her full attention. I saw her looking back at me as we walked away from each other. Her name was Ashley if I got it right. We’ll be in touch….