As it was New Year’s Eve, my new employer told me I could close the after-hours care center early. “You probably won’t have much business,” he said. “People will be getting ready to celebrate, and I hear we might get some snow.”
I informed my medical assistant of the plan. “We’ll see how the evening unfolds,” I told him. “If it’s dead, we’ll pack it in. I suppose you have plans to celebrate?”
“I never make plans,” my medical assistant said. In some respects, he is a wise fellow. more»
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