Abracadabra Alakazam you’ll turn to a frog when I say Bam, “BAM”. Little spot just sat in the middle of the living room floor batting his eyes while watching J. Dahn as she attempted to change him to a species other than who he was. Spot grow fatigued of J. Dahn’s nonsense, he yawned, and stood up turned a few circles in the floor, then lay down in a ball and closed his eye. Dang, what is the problem said J. Dahn, I have all the correct ingredients, dried lizard tail, a dash of salt, a dash of pepper, Franks scent, and a drop of spots pee. Okay let me look at the recipe again, J. Dahn opened the spells book to page 32, which she had bought at changing hands Sunday after her and a couple of her pagan friends had lunch from the Wild Flower Bread Company. J. Dahn slide her reading glasses down off her head, and over her nose as she wrinkled her nose, and squinted her eyes. Okay now J. Dahn said as she called out aloud what she had wrote and comparing what was typed in the book, “a dash of salt, a dash of pepper, Franks scent, and a drop of spot’s pee” Franks scent….hmmmm, Frankincense, Frankincense, FRANKINCENSE, oh how could I have confused the two, J. Dahn thought what a chore that was Tuesday chasing in behind that new RN investigator Frank trying to scrape off a drop of his sweat with a lolly pop stick.
J. Dahn was supposed to orientate Frank on Policies & Procedures in the investigation department for a week, but after J. Dahn dogging Frank with every step around the office bug eyed, and staring at his neck he called in the following day to inform Ridenour he had taken another job. Frank felt quite uneasy having such a large woman stalk him like that, little did he know J. Dahn had plans for all those who came through her office. J. Dahn did not like independent articulate, critical thinkers, nor those who had compassion for other nurse colleagues, no one would be smarter than she. J. Dahn was concocting spells to keep all new hires under her spell of dumb assness, that’s correct “Dumb Assness”, that was the name of the spell, the only issue was she needed the correct ingredients. Off to changing hands for Frankincense J. Dahn went.
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