Last Friday my day began all too well with my usual hasty shower and quick preparation of my bags and Jake. Not twenty minutes had past since I got up and there I was running to get the bus heading for the hospital. One hand carrying the bags while the other kept feeding me with Jake.
I guess I drink it too proudly for I always pick one or two curious citizens starring at me intriguingly, never losing the opportunity of smiling as I notice them.
"Ah finally" the bus had arrived at last. Don't get me wrong, it's quite a short journey, fifteen minutes, enough for me to finish my "Jakefast" and start getting anxious regarding another day of my internship.
Unlike most days at the hospital, this one morning was quite easy going. No big surgeries or emergencies. Quite the best environment for me to put my knowledge in practice without the usual huge pressure and finish the morning shift with a relaxed, deserved Jake meal at lunch.
But destiny didn't think I was worthy for not two minutes after I thought about going for my Jake meal, my colleagues pagers and mine started beeping and vibrating. So, we rushed to the emergency and left everything else on standby. Including Jake =(
A major accident on the A1 high way with 6 vehicles. My entire lunch time and afternoon was spent on helping those who screamed and cried for help, some we saved... some we couldn't.
At 6 o'clock me and my team started packing things up to head home. But this time, Henry, invited us all to go eat and drink at this cute restaurant by the Tajo river, so we could all relax. An awesome idea which we all needed since we were all depleted and exhausted. Most of us didn't have lunch.
And there I was, in Henry's car approaching the restaurant when my hand just felt this huge need to hit my forehead. I had forgotten my smaller bag with my uneaten lunch Jake. What a day. Not only that, but the restaurant was closed and we couldn't decide on which other restaurant to go. Damn... This day wasn't a lucky one. If only I had my bag with my Jake...
Since we were quite far away from other restaurants we decided to just go grab some cookies from this small grocery store which was nearby. When we finally sat by the river to eat, my colleague Francine asked me and my mate Henry if any of us had forgotten a bag in the Hospital. I swear my eyes smiled by themselves. I ran to her car luggage to get my bag and pick my Jake. "Yes", I thought to myself, finally a really relaxed, well deserved and fulfilling meal "All I need right now".
I wish I could say I drank it all up until the last drop. But Henry who is diabetic needed it more. It's not the first time he drinks one of my Jakes and this time was probably the time he needed it the most. So I gladly handed it over to him and started eating the cookies.
Jake is a life safer, for ages have I been searching for a quick easy meal that has everything you need. After have found Jake I find it perfect. And the best part is that it's not only suited for hasty lives like mine. Last month I was on vacation and Jake made every meal I had a blast.
Thank you Jake Team, keep up the good work!
Keep helping me saving lives. Don't ever stop providing Jake, for your customers sake =)