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Today, I'm A GROUCH!

Monday, February 28, 2011

Today was NOT a good day.

First of all, I didnt want to wake up before the sun. I was freezing, I was tired, and I didnt want to go to work. I swear, I am not meant to work. I wasnt built that way.

I get to the facility and I was already cranky. And, I got into it with one of the CNA's that was blaming me for something I didnt do, and didnt TELL HER to do. Stupid. Then, the doctor was over an hour late, then my office decided to add on 4 more patients, the doctor was being a snob and demanding things from this facility that is already difficult. She also was expecting me to be in 3 places at once WHILE bringing her patients. It was RIDICULOUS.

Then, driving back to the office, I hit traffic the entire time, and then finally off the freeway, I hit EVERY RED LIGHT. I get into the office, and I find out they are giving me over 35 patients tomorrow when the Dr. is supposed to be doing a HALF day. She wont even start until 1:30!!!! WTF. Seriously, I left pissed. I've talked to them about this before, because it means I wont be home until after 8, and then Wednesday I have an entire load of patients, i'm just not happy.

I'm just SO crabby. UGGGGGH! I had such a wonderful weekend, and today was TOTALLY opposite of that.

NOT looking forward to tomorrow. At all.
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  • MSEVERLAST
    I hope, I hope, I hope its going better today!

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    3320 days ago
  • LIGHTNINGRUNNER
    I'm so sorry you are having so many rough days in a row....perhaps you will get double the number of easy days in a row next.
    3321 days ago
  • BRAYDRAY
    Well, I have certainly had those days...I am sorry about yours and hope that tomorrow isn't as bad.....:)
    3321 days ago
  • THIRDXACHARM
    Must be in the air. Hope you have a good night.
    3321 days ago
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