Essay about It Was A Hot Summer Day

833 Words Jun 5th, 2015 4 Pages
It was a hot summer day, when a thought occurred to Riley, “I need a job badly- just as much as I need sex!” she chuckles to herself. As usual, she talks to herself; it’s just a part of who she is. This talking to herself is her genetic makeup so to speak. Riley can’t avoid it; in fact, she’s done so all her life. There was never a time when she didn’t daydream or talk to herself. As she continues to ponder on this job searching, more like job window-shopping. She stumbles across a nursing home where she could practice or malpractice her profession, which was and currently is on paper that is- a certified nursing assistant. Does she love this profession? Perhaps she would if given the right tools and the right doors being opened to her where her patients would have patience with her shortcomings of forgetfulness and misspoken language. That was all she yearned for- to be accepted by her clients in this case her patients. She wondered many times, if this was all part of a script-or a bad hand that was assigned or predestined to her by some unknown being. “Is there a way out of this pattern of lifestyle,” she exclaimed to herself. But, boy oh boy did Riley know exactly how to handle all these situations at work. But, before she gets into that part of her life. She reminisces and thinks of “D-Day” or dooms day… It was October 31st, 2009, when she entered the pits of hell or the very mouth of Dante’s inferno. “This seems like a rather laid-back place, I could see myself in…

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