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Nickname: S, Sa
Birthday: (Today) August 29th
Height: 5’ 7”
Time Zone: Central European Time (CET)
Current time and date: 8:30pm 8/29/14
Average hours of sleep: Avg at around 2-4h. I don’t like to sleep much. I’ll sleep when I’m dead.
The last thing I Googled was: Grey’s Anatomy (lol)
My most used phrase(s): seriously
First word that comes to mind: yo
Last thing said to a family member: ”Thank You”
One place that makes me happy and why: At the airport. I love to travel.
How many blankets I sleep under: One
Favorite beverage(s): Water, Mojito
The last movie I watched in the cinema: The Hunger Games: Catching Fire
Three things I can’t live without: Internet and all my Apple devices, friends and family.
Something I plan on learning: Spanish
A piece of advice for all my followers: Today is a new day, make the most of it, tell someone you love them, smile at someone, give a huge, hold a hand, or just listen for a minute, and be a friend
Barista – Dr. Jenkins stares down the barista and wants to know why they don’t have extra-large coffee cups. She explains that they’ve always only had three sizes. Dr. Jenkins asks her if she knows who he is. She doesn’t and explains that she’s new. Dr. Jenkins reluctantly takes a large.
Emily – Dr. Willis examines Emily’s arm, which still has a fresh burn on it that he treated a few days ago. She’s hysterical because he said that the pain would stop. He corrects her and says that he didn’t say it would stop, but that it would be more manageable. Emily tells him that she can’t do it. She can’t eat or sleep. She gets these little shocks two or three times a minute. She’s a chef. How is she ever going to cook again? Dr. Willis apologizes. He’s run every test and isn’t sure what he can do. Emily demands that he do something. She can’t live like this. If she’d known…In the next scene, it’s post-op and Emily is sobbing. Dr. Willis runs in and tells Emily to hold her hand, take a deep breath and tell him how bad the pain is. But Emily is crying because she’s happy. The pain is finally gone. Emily tells him that when her car hit that tree she was almost happy because that meant that the pain would finally stop. She wanted to stop hurting and crying all the time. And now? She’s still crying because she’s happy. Emily thanks Dr. Willis.
Graham – He’s a resident. He walks through Amanda, a neurological patient with an intracranial aneurysm. She’s nervous but he tells her not to be, that Dr. Kelly has made them the go-to hospital for neurological intervention, and the only doctor on the west coast performing this procedure. In fact, Dr. Kelly is why Graham is there, to learn from him. Dr. Rogers pops up and says that he’d be happy to assist. But Dr. Kelly explains that Graham is assisting on this one, that Dr. Rogers needs to watch his hands and be ready for the next one. Dr. Graham says that the only thing his hands will be doing is attempting to emulate Dr. Kelly’s. Dr. Kelly stops him and tells him one more word and they’ll head straight to plastics in order to surgical remove Dr. Graham’s lips from his ass. In the next scene, Dr. Rogers enters the skills lab to find Dr. Graham practicing on one of the models she brought from home. She then says isn’t Dr. Graham assisting HER on the next procedure? He says right, isn’t that what was supposed to happen last time, but you weren’t ready? He’s a former boy scout. Always be prepared.
Jaclyn - Dr. Driscoll is with Jaclyn, who’s pregnant and ready to give birth. She sent away Jaclyn’s husband because the last time he fainted when Dr. Driscoll mentioned needles. Dr. Driscoll explains that after delivery they’ll be performing surgery on the baby. Jaclyn is nervous. Dr. Driscoll explains that they are the go-to hospital for pediatric cardiac intervention. She’s in good hands.
Kate and Pete Franklin – Parents of Logan, a one-day old infant, who’s in an isolette, covered in tubes. Dr. Barrett explains that he’s suffering from esophageal atresia. Pete wants to know when they are going to fix it, because Logan can’t eat normally until it happens. And he’s so tiny. Dr. Barrett explains that she can still operate but it’s complicated. For the surgery to work, Logan needs to be extremely still – they’ll have to put him in a medically induced coma. Pete turns to Dr. Vara and asks her why she isn’t doing the surgery. She explains that she’ll oversee the procedure, but she trained Dr. Barrett and Dr. Barrett is awesome. Later, Dr. Barrett is explaining that there was a minor complication with the procedure. Logan has been in a coma for weeks now and they are going to have to start over. It sounds like Dr. Barnett has made Logan worse. Dr. Barrett tries to apologize but Pete turns on Dr. Vara and tells her that she’s the one who should be apologizing. She’s the one who said that Dr. Barrett was “awesome.” Forgive Pete for not sharing that opinion. Next scene, Dr. Barrett explains that the surgery was a success. In a few hours they’ll extubate Logan and they’ll be able to hold him. Kate and Pete are grateful and go to hug Dr. Barrett.
Laurie – Dr. Hall stands with Forrest’s wife, Laurie (30s). Through the window we can see Forrest, with an external fixation device on his hip. Dr. Hall explains that she removed the tumor and a decent infection had sent in, so they placed several antibiotic beads. So right now he has no hip and can’t get out of bed. Laurie’s upset, Dr. Hall said that she did this procedure all of the time. Dr. Hall feels terrible but explains that the important thing is they got the tumor and caught it in time. Laurie wants to be with her husband.
ND Mom – It’s chaos in the delivery room. Dr. Martin lifts the baby out of the abdomen. Mom asks if she’s okay and Dr. Martin says that she’s beautiful.
Susan – In the trauma room, Dr. Farley examines Susan, a pregnant car accident victim who is 26 weeks along. Dr. Farley conducts an ultra sound and tells her that they’ll make sure everything’s okay.
- Title: ”I Must Have Lost It On the Wind ”
- Written by: Stacy McKee
- Directed by: Kevin McKidd
- Title: ”Puzzle With a Piece Missing”
- Written by: William (Bill) Harper
- Directed by: Rob Corn