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Martha had been very grateful for the quiet of the clinic yesterday. They hadn't had many zombies come to try to get in - the nurses had been quite fierce, and Martha could only imagine that word had spread - and the lack of patients had made Martha start to wonder if they'd get through this whole thing with everyone being all right. It was amazing that she still had some optimism left in her, but there it was.

[OCD is up!]
intraspective: (sleepy)
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Ino (lucky Ino) hadn’t noticed anything odd about today, and had tiredly made it out of her nice, warm bed and to the clinic. A shower had perked her up a little bit, and the hot chocolate she’d grabbed from the Perk even more.

Getting to the clinic she promptly curled up in the chair, and wondered if they’d let her use a blanket and take a nap. Even if that was completely unprofessional. But maybe...
[identity profile] usedtotravel.livejournal.com
With Igor gone, Martha made sure to stop by the clinic in the morning, in case anyone needed anything. Someone had to make sure the nurses were actually working, after all.
[identity profile] livingasheth.livejournal.com
Millie had been rather concerned about the events of the weekend and was just glad that the island was back where it was supposed to be.
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Yes, Martha was still in the clinic, nursing a cup of coffee and keeping an eye on those who had spent the night. She didn't want to hope that no one else would be hurt today, afraid that she would jinx the whole island into harm's way. She did, however, hope that the supplies held out. Now she understood why her predecessors had kept the place overstocked with bandages.
intraspective: (pretty in yellow)
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Ino was pretty sure that this was going to be a bad day if radio had been anything to go by about how many people had been in and out of the clinic last night.

As such, she didn’t even take out her study materials, but rather busied herself with making sure everything was stocked up and keeping a watchful eye on the door. Ready to help if it was needed.

...she really hoped it wouldn't be needed. Better wasted effort than a lot of patients.

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