I wish I have better opening sentences but for today, this is good enough. I am not any more calm, cool or collected. I still have that ache behind my eyes. It’s probably what is call a tension headache. Things are better. I am suffering from post problem solving. It’s frustrating when you are doing your part and the other party stalls you by not returning phone calls or emails. It wears you out. But if you’re lucky to talk to the right party, amazingly you get that phone call or email the very next day. I don’t think I’m paranoid. Some companies know how to mess with your mind.
I’m lucky that I’ve been a nurse. Nurses are tenacious. We have to be. If a patient is suffering or in danger, we call. We don’t give up simply because nobody answers. We call and call. Then there’s that STAT page. And if it’s big trouble there’s that CODE BLUE or 99. Then there’s alot of hustling.
I didn’t have to do a Code Blue yesterday but I did make some noise. I got my email answered this morning. My mouth dropped. I was flooded with relief. No more frustration from this area at least – I hope. Cross my fingers and toes. I was relieved but exhausted by the experience. Strange that I felt teary. I would have liked to cry but I was on my way to my aerobics class. I sweated my tears out instead. It was all good.
The moral of the story is hang in there. It’s a little inane but that’s what you do. Things will and do work out if you follow up to the end.
4 thoughts on “SWEATED MY TEARS”
I liked the title you chose for today’s post! I also love that photo of you in the nurse’s uniform with you holding the flowers. Lovely. Hope your tension headache is getting better.
Thanks so much, Amy!
“Sweating the tears out.” I love that. Tomorrow I may follow your lead and sweat the anger out. Thanks for sharing and giving me the idea. Love the picture, reminds me of my aunt a few years back when she was still nursing.