At work I am a neighbor. I serve lunch at a public school. I am a nurse practitioner and a Kum & Go cashier. I am a pharmacy technician and a warehouse manager. I am a phlebotomist, a receptionist. I install drywall. I wrangle toddlers at a day care. I am a woman seeking a pregnancy test, a child afraid of needles, a man with a swollen abdomen on a twenty-day bender. I am diabetic. I have a heart murmur and high blood pressure. I have a history of blood clots, two broken bones in my hand, one kidney, no gallbladder — whatever the job demands.