With Sherry at the Clinic the other day, I sat where I usually do. And for some reason those mysterious ‘ever smiling’ dressed up men and women pull, drag or carry those large luggage looking units. They always have a laptop or ipad in their hands. they station themselves at the corner of two passageways just in front of ‘MY’ waiting room.
They chat with each other, read and punch their electronic devices until a Doctor magically appears. At that time they hold out a clipboard with some form attached, the Doctor smiles, signs it and they usually smile thank him and drag their luggage back up the hall and out the door.
This time the last ‘sweet lady’ in a slinky dress leaned up against the door jam of the Doctors office, she smiled real big and they chatted for a few minutes, he signed her ‘whatever’ and she smiled EXTRA big and twisted back down the hallway with the Dr. standing there looking. Not knowing that the whole waiting room (me and one lady) was watching. (I wondered, would he prescribe her pills more than the others?)
My new (waiting room) friend who liked to talk, put her finger on the tip of her nose and pushed it up, I guess to say snooty. she said a few more things (no idea what), I just smiled and laughed, since I could tell whatever she said, was meant to be funny.
At that time My sweetie came out and said she had to go get blood work, so I said (too loudly) I think I will go for a walk. And I did.
Now Imma guessing these folk have something to do with pharmaceuticals, and they must come every day, at least they have EVERY time I have been there. AND….. if so, are the little (and big) luggage thinghies full of drug samples? If so why don't they get mugged by addicts, hauling that much stuff around? I am curious…..
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I purchased thousands of cases of paper for the Government in my job in DC.
The paper companies, Xerox, Standard, Bright, etc must have hired models as the sales persons. Of course I bought for the gov’t like I buy for myself, the best price. LOL
A very good mix, is old cars and old Steam engines..