To be illiterate for a day

To be illiterate for a day - 1This morning I woke up at...

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1This morning I woke up at 6:00 am to start another day at work, I get ready and wait for my aunt to pick me up, since I am unable to get my driver’s license. When we arrive at work I have her tell me what section I’ll be in, because I can not read the list my boss posts daily. She tells me where to go and I get my stuff together and head out. The nurses are talking about an in-service that we are to be required to go to today. I ask one of them, and they tell me that it has been posted for a week now. I come up with an excuse about just not seeing it, and she tells me the time and location. I head off to the residents rooms, and the doctor is leaving one of them. I have to stop him to ask if there are any changes, since I won’t be able to read the chart. He’s in a rush today and tells me just what I was afraid of and that’s to read the chart. I have to go hunt down another nurse, to see if she knows, and she tells me, I make up an excuse about not being able to read the doctors handwriting. I get through the rest of the time up until lunch where I meet back
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This note was uploaded on 02/15/2012 for the course ENC 101 taught by Professor Thornton during the Spring '08 term at Daytona State College.

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