It is a very hard job because we as doctors have a connection with each patient and seeing them sick isn't the best. I mean dying is inevitable and there are times I want to cry and life is unfair but it's just the human cycle, we all go eventually.
Hello, it has been a while since I've seen you Bill. Do you remember me? I am Sally Smith.
Oh yes! Sally Smith. Oh it has been a long time. Last time we saw each other was at Graduation in 2008. Wow still got the red highlights! They are subtle since it looks like your hair is now darker but still looks just like how I remember.
So what have you done over these past years? Did you finish with art school?
Yes I did. I've always loved art and after my mom passed away after graduation I made a compromise with my father that if I stayed in MA he would pay for college. Oh I miss my mother, she showed great compassion for art, no matter the time or day she was always working on a piece.
Oh i'm so sorry for your loss. I am very happy that you got to complete you and your mother's goal. I ended up being a Doctor.
That's amazing! Since the amazing care my mom got while she was sick I have always had such great reverence for doctors. You people are amazing. I see many doctors are diligent people, always working everyday even on holidays.
How do you deal with sick patients? It must be hard to see them pass away.
Well thank you very much for your kind words towards doctors and the medical field. I'm sorry I have to run but call me and we can meet up again sometime
Like I said before, I have great respect for doctors and there benevolent acts towards society. I can imagine how prudent you are, caring for patients not knowing what comes for them in the future.
Thank you again Bill. Bye and have a good rest of your day!
No problem and if I don't see you I wish you much prosperity in your future and career!