Welcome to my world!!!!!
Sorry! Oh yes, I caught flu and I am very sick. Actually, I didn't figure out the cause, but I realise that I have to move temporarily from being a flu friend to a flu victim or even a flu prey. Don't worry! I am just fine right now and it seems like I will pass this anyway.
In one of your enteries you said, "Could you take some photos of yourself at work? I am interested to see what your pharmacy looks like! " Well, Rachel, I can't refuse any thing you ask. I took some photos of the most important moments in my work day. So, let's begin.
10.00 am: I open the pharmacy doors myself
Now, it's time to clean up all this mess of the previous busy night.
I have never been good in cleening my room and making it tidy, and it was hard at first to do that in pharmacy. By time, the whole task has become easier.
After 45 minuets............
I used to sweep this floor then clean it using a mop every day.........Not bad for a young man, isn't it?
It's the time to have my morning tea break.I drink one cup of tea with milk two times daily.
After a while, my mother comes to the pharmacy. She is the manager.
She is a kind woman, but when it comes to work she becomes serious. I learnt from her many things about managing the pharmacy and how to make my pharmaceutical information very useful. She is a good pharmacist and a great manager.
During this, I have to deal with the new drugs coming to the pharmacy. I arrange them in categories, write down their expirey date in the records, put the price lables then puting them in shelves.
At 3.00 pm my morning shift ends. I leave y mother in the pharmacy and stay at home for three hours.
At 6.00 pm the night shift begins. During this shift nothing important happens. I spend some moments watching TV.
I spend most of the night shift with my father.
He was a surgeon, but he had to retire early when he was 29 because of Parkinsonism, a central nervous system disease. In spite of that, he takes part in the management of the pharmacy with my mother and plays successfuly his rule as the leader of the family. Also, he gives medical advice to people gratis. In fact, he is a brave man.
I hope you have enjoyed these pictures and looking forward for your comments.
See you after the weekend.
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