Who is She? Something awfully familiar.
I’m not sure who you mean, Bud. There are 10 women from 5 different departments pictured in the post. Well, 10 if you count the cuffed hands.
Hubby is a social work supv in the psych unit at one of Brooklyn’s public hospitals. He was supposed to have the day off. But yesterday a client (don’t call them patients anymore) punched the female worker in the face who was supposed to work today and she needed medical attention. So, hubby had to work today.
Ah, life in the “people” business.
I was looking at the car door.
Thanks for taking a chunk of your day off (?) to present, in that run of pictures such a rich particularity. Faces and hands and clothing and sinage and rooms and desks and computers and bikes and horses and weapons and cuffs and cars. A wide-spectrum look at the life.
The lock box and the sergeant’s hatchback work-station especially caught my eye. And the Chaplain and the little girl getting fingerprinted. And the chains.
I suppose, if given a different view of the car, Bud, your question would have been, “Who’s riff?”
Also, I wondered if anyone would pick up on the vast amount of details in the photos. Perfect for adding layers to setting and characters.
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