There was a time in my life that the only interesting things I did were work, errands, eat and sleep. Then do it again the next day.
I shared a condo with one of my sisters. What I didn't realized back then was how precious that time was. The opportunity was rare and only once in this life time. We lived as single girls with so much time and possibilities. Unfortunately, what went on was very little interaction and we were like two ships passing in the night.
My sister worked in a hospital with strange hours, and I was chasing a demanding career. Sometimes she did those crazy hours like 7 days on and get 7 days off. She has many likes of the schedule as well as certain things likeHoward medical computer carts that helped kept her on time with her tasks. But the one thing she didn't like from working in the hospital was the over night on holidays. Those were tough. And I worked sometimes until midnight because I love what I did and because I could. We would only see each other once in a great while.
Our dinners would just be frozen crabs warmed up in the microwave if we happen to be on the same evening schedule. In New Orleans - where this phase of my life had taken place, the kind of crab we get is blue crab and we can buy hampers of them, boiled or live. We stored them in the freezer, and when dinner was desperately seeking, we would take out our portions and microwave them. And that was how a couple of single working girls' way call it a night after a long day.
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