Published by Ellen Dean at Smashwords
Copyright 2010 Ellen Dean All rights reserved
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Adrenaline pumped through Beth’s body, making her glad to be alive. Today was her first official day at St. Gregory’s and it was the first time she had felt this good in over a year.
She forced down a bowl of porridge and a cup of weak tea. Her mother always insisted you should start the day with a good healthy breakfast, especially on cold mornings. She went to the hall mirror to check her appearance. Her long, sleek, brunette hair elegantly swept up into a stylish knot enhanced Beth’s sparkling brown eyes and fine chiselled features. Her pristine white coat glowed in the lamplight. Fashion conscious to the end, under the white coat she wore a cream cheesecloth top over a long denim skirt, and neat designer shoes. Light makeup, and diamond studs in her ears completed her ensemble. She believed it was important to look good for the patients.