The last two days went great despite of a challenge that was destined to happen. Though it not at all serious, I find it interesting and irresistible not to blog about. Let me tell you about what happened on Monday. It was about this couple that I first met from months ago, who I tried to please but failed to do so because they just have way too¬† many issues. My coworker who drew their blood told me that the wife said a lot of nasty things about me. She thinks that the wife was jealous because I am pretty¬† and young (lol). Of course she was just saying that because she probably felt bad for me. But seriously, the wife was getting way too personal with me. The fact that it was Dave who took care of them and for her to blame me for the smallest of error that is not even ours and that is a 100% fixable was just way too outrageous. But instead of getting upset, I found myself laughing. I thought they were so pathetic. I look at their faces and both husband and wife looked so unhappy… I was telling my husband, they are a reflection of misery. And I don’t even have sympathy for people going through hard times and yet don’t have the heart to be nice and be amiably pleasant.

The thing is, even if you give your best, you will never make everyone happy. These people think they walk on water and that the world revolves around them. I will not lower my standards and meet them on their level because that is just a waste of my time. Besides, the hospital is paying me to make sure to provide a sacred encounter to patients, and if I was not not able to touch their hearts on their first visit then I am hoping that even with the way they are, the next person or the person after will have the power to make them see that they are treated way better than they deserve…