Poorly PA

Frances came to work this morning but she was very sick. I knew the minute she arrived that she was not well. She was coughing and out of breath, and she told me that she had to use her inhaler when she was walking to work. I told her to phone her GP to see if she could get an appointment for later on this morning. She called them, and the only appointment they could give her was for 11:15 so I told her that she could leave early to get to it. She did do some housework for me, and she went to the store also. She vacuumed and mopped the floors, and did a couple other things around the house for me. I told her to text me and let me know what the doctor said and what he gave her. She’s just texted me. She has a bad chest infection. The doctor gave her steroids, an antibiotic, and an inhaler. She says she will be able to come to work on Thursday. I do know that when you start the antibiotics and steroids, they kick in within the first 24 hours, so it is completely possible that she’ll be much better by Thursday morning. I really hope that she will be a lot better by then. She sure sounded quite bad this morning, poor thing. I felt for her. And I’m glad she went and got seen by the doctor, otherwise the infection might have gone into her lungs.

Author: Carol anne

I am 40 years young. I'm blind and I have dissociative identity disorder, I also have complex PTSD. I blog about my life with these disorders. I live in Ireland.

13 thoughts on “Poorly PA”

  1. Aw you should’ve let her go straight home: there’s some nasty bugs at the minute: we’ve just got over one and it was absolutely awful: I feel sorry for Francis. She’s so dedicated. It’s a shame Trish is not the same! If it was Trish I would’ve made her stay! Ha ha ha

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    1. I did ask her if she wanted to go home, but she didn’t, she said no, so she said she’d stay. She said she’s going to come to work tomorrow. I told her not to if she’s feeling unwell, but she said she would. ✨✨🤗🤗


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