About a Tech
Hello, welcome, have a seat, please sit, no really sit…no? Well it’s kind of awkward that we are all sitting and you, Mr. Free-thinker are standing…
Anywho, I’m Kim, I am currently a first year nursing student at a large state university in Seattle, Washington. I, however, have not always been a resident of the great city of Seattle, no, I am what every Seattlite fears, a Californian. Although, I have no money, so I probably won’t steal a house from you, and I am only really skilled in dialysis, so I probably won’t steal a job from you either, but I probably will cut you off on the I-5, you all drive super slow.
Oh yeah, I am a dialysis technician, BONENT certified since March 2008. I have been in the business for five years and worked for a medium sized non-profit in Sonoma County, California (where all the wine and cows are). Now, I work for another dialysis company which shall remain nameless because I need to eat ramen and pay tuition, mostly pay tuition, but eating is good too, I guess.
The clinic I work at is inner-city, it isn’t pretty and can be somewhat overwhelming at times to deal with patients who haven’t had the best luck. Being able to duck a punch has paid off well, if you don’t believe me, ask my co-worker with the black eye.
I am the fifth and last child, so basically, everything is about me, don’t say I didn’t warn you.
I also rent space from two felines, which let me tell you are real jackasses of landlords, but the rent is cheap and cleaning the litterbox isn’t that bad.
Sir Rufus of McNufus, Landlord Numero Uno
Murray, sure his cuteness can kill so can his razor-sharp claws of death, especially if you take the wrong pillow to sleep on.