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Author Topic: MY last ID Appointment  (Read 3073 times)

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Offline em

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MY last ID Appointment
« on: September 24, 2019, 10:29:46 am »
the clinic runs from 1 to 4 o'clock.

I made my appointment for 1 because the children get of the school bus and being how they are teenagers and constantly bickering and fighting  I like to be home to brake them up when necessary .

My appointment did not start until one thirty . I went in said everything is fine they wrote refills for my meds . then told me to check out . I was told while checking out to go to the waiting area they would be with me shortly .  after waiting for another half hour I went back to the desk to find out what the hold up was .  there was my ID doc with a smile on there face . talking to a guy and telling everyone it was his last ID  appointment. all I can guess is he must have had hep c and was cured.   I thought lucky him but do you really need to make me sit out in the waiting area all this time .    needless to say I got home late and my kids were still alive no evidence of their fighting getting  out of hand . but still making me wait like that . the clerk at the desk said sorry but we are very busy today . i thought you are not you just forgot to check me out of the clinic and found it necessary to give an excuse .

sorry it was on mind about crappy ID appointment . 

but at least I am still alive and so are my kids . all is well in the world

do I have a question ? not really just wanted to share a crappy day in the life of HIV



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