thank you googleToday is nuts. its straight up bananas. it is nutty bananas.. ew. several people have gone home sick, or called out sick in pretty much each department. which is fine I sure do not want to get the flu. double ew.
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my healthy co workers and I have been able to keep pace well though and remain friendly up beat and chipper. of course we have all had several large coffee drinks throughout the day.
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foot tapping, shaking- whatever, and quiet wild eyed I was able to catch an unusual sight coming down the hall. a super bloody guy. He came from our bathroom although we never saw him actually come in?? He left before we could try and form words. I jumped up (that coffee amped jump) and went to follow him outside to ask if he needed help.. we was already hoofing it across a dirt field.. "huh.." I (quickly) thought.
thank you weheartitMy next thought? Ew our bathroom! I went in to see blood in the sink, in the trash on the mirrors and on a hat sitting on a hand rail. I went to our surgery center, grabbed gloves and crazy strong cleaning wipes and went to town in that bathroom. I will be damned if someone catches something because I didn't clean properly! Hell- to the- no! We called the police to let them know.
thank you googleTurns out that the man had needed help, and the police were able to give him some information he needed.
Just sayin. I know people think I am "Police Happy" but I'd rather be safe then sorry every. time. Had I not called it in who knows what would have happened to this man? Maybe he would have been fine, sure. But whats the harm really in the end? Doesn't everyone need a little help sometimes that is given because people can see it, and not because you had to ask for it?
Baby of the family~ lending a gloved hand.