But for now the building is a big ol’ mess, one that our patients and staff are soldiering through. None of our services have been interrupted because of this project, and that’s a testament to everyone’s patience, perseverance, and dedication. Join me for a quick photographic tour of the site, won’t you?
Remember the store where our maternity patients and clients could come do a little shopping after earning credits in our prenatal classes? This is what it looks like now. Not a lot of commerce happening, as you can see.
This will soon be a bathroom. That square cut out of the left hand wall will soon be a window patients will use to pass the lab their, uh, samples. We give you all the dirty details here at Building on Our Legacy.
While the playground featured in our last post looked great, the surrounding environment still needs some work. Anyone wanting to use the entrance near that playground will be greeted by the above scene. On the one hand, that volume of insulation will cut down on electricity bills. The cartoon Pink Panther just begs children to touch the stuff, and we all know that leads to itching and despair.
That light could go out at any moment, and we all know what happens next. You light a match so you can see, but it barely cuts through the gloom. Then your friend hears a suspicious noise and foolishly goes to investigate despite your warnings. You hear a struggle and a shout and then dead silence so you go investigate, only to be chased back into the room. Of course you trip over the ladder, because that’s how these scenes work. You start to crawl away. You make it a few feet…and scream as a hand closes around your ankle, its steely grip holding you in place.
It appears I’ll have to stop watching The Walking Dead right before bed time.
Stay tuned into this site for more about our reboot of the Southwest Clinic, and less scary stories to tell in the dark.