As I lie here tonight in bed I am already dreading the the obligation I have to tomorrow; and that obligation is… my day job. I know, I know. I should feel blessed to have one, and I do! I promise! However, that doesn’t mean that I have to enjoy it, and to be completely honest, I really don’t. I used to. I used to wake up in the morning ready to forge ahead in the medical realm and wield my power of knowledge for the betterment of mankind! Then, somewhere along the way, I lost that feeling. I can’t remember if it was the corporate mega-bosses that slowly consumed my soul for the almighty dollar bill or if it was the first patient that made me cry by cussing me out because of something they didn’t understand. I lost my love for the job so long ago, I can’t remember where I left it. Maybe it’s under the seat of my car or between the couch cushions. It may even be somewhere obvious and in plain sight. Either way, it is gone for now. Since the pandemic began, the medical field has turned into a place of pain and disappointment. At least, for me it has. For the first time in my life, I was arguing with people who were waving their degrees from Social Media University in my face and explaining how my actual doctorate degree, 10 years in the making, was worthless. I also found out from these same people that I have been a part of a large conspiracy group this whole time! One that’s only goal was to deal as much damage to the human race as possible! (I say “human race” because a few of these individuals believe I am a clone made by aliens in their underground city). The sad part is… I’m not making this up. It’s all my reality right now at my Day Job. I know I should be grateful for what I have, and for the most part I am, not because I love it, but because it’s essential to survival. This is one reason my writing has begun to blossom so much over the last few months. It’s a release. It’s a way for me to enter a world where my knowledge still means something and I have passion for what I do. I have a day off coming up and I really just look forward to switching this world off and my fantasy on. First thing’s first though! I have to go to my Day Job tomorrow. I hope all of you have a wonderful day/night and remember that when your day job is stressing you out, you’re not alone. 😉. Love and lust to you all!!