AU - Erika's Intro “Oh you’re sorry? You’re sorry… heh, that’s always your excuse.”
“... You’re a big businessman, how hard is it for you to come here and see me? I’m tired of flying all the way to the UK!”
“...So, this is my fault now? That’s so typical of you, trying to advert blame elsewhere to make yourself look better. Your dumb associates may have to grin and bear it, but I won’t! I don’t need this shit from you.”
“Yeah, well fuck you too, buddy. Enjoy your Brexit by the way.”
AU - Edith's IntroductionThis isn't what I wanted. The noise was making my ears ring louder than a rock concert as my eyes felt like melting out of my sockets. Sure, this was what I was prepared for by nursing school, but I never imagined my dream job would be this hellish.
The Emergency Room.
I had only been at it a few months, but every day felt like my first. Crying babies and full-grown adults rang through my head as the sight of blood, bruises, and indescribable viscera filled my vision. I could feel myself getting dizzy, heart pounding as I immediately dived for the break room and shut the door behind me. Thankfully, the only other person there was Celia, my cousin, who admittedly looked like she had been dragged through a Castro parade with how tired she looked. Looking up from her sandwich, she grinned at me and asked, "So, how's work?"
"I spent an hour cleaning up barf and assisting with a breathing tube." I groused as I made a beeline for
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