I registered for spring semester classes on Monday. I'll take Anatomy 2, Math 120 (I'm thinking this is a basic math class... not really sure what to expect), CPR & Ethics. This will complete my pre-requs. I won't be able to apply for the nursing program until September though.... which means upon acceptance I'll start my nursing classes spring 2011. SO we're getting there.
I'm excited about Ethics. I'm not really too sure exactly what the course will be about, but I'm thinking the subject is basically about right and wrong decisions (I may be way off).
Which brings me to the following scenario.
What would you do in this situation....
Usually the only time I frequent the cafe at school is for a quick coffee in between clases. However, my tummy was rumbling the other day so I decided to grab an egg and cheese crossaint to go with my usual coffee. It was so good... nice, soft, flaky... mmm. So good, in fact, that I really wanted another one today (I usually don't have enough time for breakfast or either I forget to eat as I rush out the door in the am to drop Reece off, fight downtown traffic & successfully get to my class on time by 8a... go figure) Today's visit to the cafe was well past breakfast hours though. I got down there around 12:00. The lunch menu was displayed, so I asked the grill cook if she was able to make a croissant for me. Before she could even answer me another younger lady stepped out of the back and told me "breakfast hours are over at 10:30"... as she rolled her eyes. I was a little put off by her nasty attitude , but I let it go & thanked them both. I decided I didn't want anything at all and I turned to leave the cafe. As I was leaving I heard the same lady announce... "I swear, people ask the stupidest questions around here."
at this point I was angry....
WHAT WOULD YOU DO?
After my reaction (which I'll share a bit later) I got in the car wondering if I made the right decision.
Now I'm wondering what others would do in that situation. (I'm sure I'll be able to use this scenario at some point next semester.)
2 (maybe 3) questions:
-What do you think would have been the most appropriate response? (& if there is a reason.. why?)
-What would you have done... honestly?