Day 22... Big week guyyyysss! 2 days out of the 7 represented milestones for me and I really reaaally wished I didn’t have to go to work all week but then, a man has to hustule… I got to work today with the place being empty and the cool breeze from the AC tickling my … Continue reading THE LOCUM DIARIES (22)
Day 20... I went to work today feeling like sunshine.That's what happens when you get to have the whole day to rest. The front desk officer was calling me while I was getting ready for work, I dropped my number yesterday at her request. I kinda figured out why she was calling me, ‘Doctor, where … Continue reading THE LOCUM DIARIES (20)
Day 19... If I came in yesterday exhausted, I came in today ‘utterly worn out’!. I literally dragged myself to the hospital. The moment I came in, everyone asked ‘Doctor, are you ok?’ ‘Yes, I am just tired’, I replied with a little smile on my face. As I walked to the office, I met … Continue reading THE LOCUM DIARIES (19)
Day 18... Now I feel what the ‘working class’ go through when they feel super exhausted when they come back from a hard day’s job and use the whole weekend to sleep. I haven’t even started ‘WORK’ and I’m already feeling ‘spent’. Maybe God is sending a message, that hard life is nor for me … Continue reading THE LOCUM DIARIES (18)
Day 17... I have gotten so in tune with working that my body has even adapted. So I went out earlier in the day (had an amazing time out by the way, don’t ask for details), came back and still carried my tired self to work. What can a man do? ‘Man gats hustule’. I … Continue reading THE LOCUM DIARIES (17)
Telling people who show suicidal intentions that they will go to hell after committing suicide, is not a particularly sensible form of dissuasion. Perhaps, the most religious guidance counsellors out there would in fact tell you that nothing drives people closer to suicide than verbal condemnations and/or false prophetic banishment to a world worse than … Continue reading Suicide Spotlight.