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Morning Commute By Foot

03 Dec
Morning Commute By Foot

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I drove 1.5 hours from Virginia to Maryland for work one day — a typical commute in the greater DC area.

When I was getting out of the car, I realized that I had no shoes on. I like to walk and drive with bare feet, and usually I have a pair of shoes in the car. But that day, I couldn’t find any shoes in the car.

I was working as a psychotherapist in a psychiatrist clinic and my first patient appointment was about to start. I had no choice but walked in to the packed waiting room. I pretended all was normal and called my first appointment patient’s name. I smiled and shook hands with her and led her to my office.

Throughout the whole day I talked with my patients, and walked around the office barefoot. My heart pounded nervously, but I gave no visible signs that I was utterly embarrassed. I acted as if all was normal and no one, not even my coworkers mentioned a word about me not having shoes on the whole day.

‘I had no shoes on’

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—Anderson, Virginia

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Posted by on MonAmerica/Los_Angeles2018-12-03T13:40:05+00:00America/Los_Angeles12bAmerica/Los_AngelesMon, 03 Dec 2018 13:40:05 +0000 31, in entertainment, Monday Madness, morning drama

 

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  1. allysnotebook

    TueAmerica/Los_Angeles2018-12-04T11:13:54+00:00America/Los_Angeles12bAmerica/Los_AngelesTue, 04 Dec 2018 11:13:54 +0000 31, at 0:00

    Years ago I was working several late / early shifts at the clinic. I must have been so tired one morning when I got to work and had odd shoes on…..at least they were both flat shoes. …..the patients might have thought I was starting a new trend.

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