I was so glad to make it in to work. I checked my pulse carefully watching for the signs of another panic attack -- just waiting for my head to swim into the mind oblivion that is those things. So far so good! I need to go find some wood to knock upon.
"What do you do with your days?" Betty asked me not long after arriving.
"I spend a lot of time on the computer," I replied as I sheepishly grinned.
"Oh, my husband does, too!" She exclaimed as she laughed jovially and went walking out of my office.
Betty is in her late fifties and early sixties. She's worked for Dad for years and years. She has retired twice only to find she hates the idleness of retirement and has come back to work. I like her. I admire her work ethic. Dad thinks she is one of his best employees besides his co-pharmacist.
Work is quiet for the most part. Dad is off and I am having to find things to do. He usually keeps me busy. Soon, I will escape with my box of deliveries and head up the road. From Viagra to Xanax, I am the go-to man. Straight to your door, I bring the pills that make you hornier or mellow or keep your blood pressure low. My position is highly underestimated.