She Was a Young Thing

She was a  young thing.  5 years old.  A large girl.   Filled up a space.  No room to spare. Even though young she served people well while she was alive.  It was a sudden death.  She went from cool as a cucumber to smelly as rotted fruit.   Costly to bring back to life.  CPR certainly wouldn’t do it.  Nor any medicine.  When she started to go there was no stopping her.  The extra insurance might have helped.  Disposing of that generous girl was not easy. Burial is not cheap.

graveyardMy co worker that dealt with this situation was distraught over the event.  Nurses and doctors talked about it all day.  She was inconsolable.   Suddenly she gathered her thoughts and came up with a plan.  She would buy a brand new refrigerator with free removal of the old one.

Life goes on.

 

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About florencewannabe

I'm a registered nurse trying to work 1000 hours in 2014 to earn my pension. Currently, May 28,2014, I'm 455.5 hours into my goal. I have until Dec. 31, 2014 to get 544.5 hours of work. The catch is that I work per Diem and I don't have any guaranteed time.
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One Response to She Was a Young Thing

  1. Meghan says:

    Ha ha ha! You really had me going with this post. Never suspected a refrigerator. Very clever and funny!

    Like

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