Today is my second day at the hospital. I talked to my brother last night and I told him about my condition. Apparently, he already knew so I guessed doctor Pin had told him. He is quite worried now and he said he will catch a flight next month when he got a little from the university assignments.
I stopped by the corridor and chit-chatted with the nurses. “I see you are all fine now Shini” said Miss Miana. “Looks like Master Kim did his job carefully *giggles*.” I didn’t know what they were the nurses talking about but then I remembered that I have to ask for the contact details of the doctor who was renting a room in the house. “Miss Miana, would you please give me that doctor’s number? I need to move in as soon as possible.” “Oooh! I see Miss Bong asking for Master’s number everyone” said another nurse with laughter and the others followed. Miss Miana kindly gave me doctor’s number and address. The nurses wouldn’t stop teasing me with things I didn’t even know about and so I left.
Ugh, I need to settle down in the new room before the end of this month. Summer is coming up. It will be hard for me to move in the middle of June as it’s usually hot during that time and I’m a heart patient so, nothing’s guaranteed.
I called the number Miss Miana gave me but I think the security guard is the one who picked up, which made me wonder “how big is that house?” I don’t have time to check the house. I need to get used to my new room before my brother comes.
Last night after I dropped Pin home, I got to work and I had to inject her with the fluids. She seemed to be at peace that she didn’t even blink an eye. She looked prettier than usual while asleep. Her brownish hair wavering down her shoulders beautifully. I mean, just looking at her very closely made my heart flutter. I never noticed but last night I saw that she has a very small nose and little cute lips. Her face structure looked very unique in my opinion. I spent about an hour in her room just looking at her but I had to leave at last as I had other patients to take care of. I know that the nurses might have thought it was weird that I spent that long in a patient’s room but I don’t even know why I couldn’t leave any time sooner. I really don’t know.
Today morning I had a lecture and I taught the residents how to inject patients carefully without them feeling much pain. It’s not very easy but they’ll learn it over time.
In the evening, my security guard called me and told me about the tenant so I asked him to give further details and that they can move in tomorrow morning. I don’t like the sound of dragging and so it’s better if they move in when I’m not home. I’m heading to my parent’s house tonight. I’ll be back in a day or two.