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Greys Bagging

By jemison.christiansen

Drama

Chapter 1

Chapter 1

She had waited her whole life for that day. She finally got her own blue collar shirt to wear with the white embroidered letters. Her mother, Ellis Grey, had left such a legacy, she hoped she could live up to. “Like mother, like daughter” people say, hopefully they are right. If only Ellis was here to help her through her first day, and show her the ropes.

She looked at all of her competition when she walked in the locker room. They looked good. She walked to her locker and pulled out her very own name name tag “Meredith Grey” it spelled out in big, bold navy letters. She then took out her blue collared shirt. She ran her fingers over the white letters. W A L M A R T. She changed into her shirt and her khaki pants. Everyone was moving to the front of the locker room waiting on their assignment. As she nervously closed her locker and walked to the front she was thinking about the many possibilities that could happen right now. Everyone was nervously doing their own thing to try and calm themselves down.

“Cristina Yang, Meredith Grey, Izzie Stevens, George O'malley, Alex Karev yall are with Bailey”.Richard announced calmly. She looked around and made eye contact with someone who she believed to be in her group. She heard whispers when she walked to the front. Whispers confirming her fear.

“Oh they got the nazi”

“They won't survive with her”

She grew fearful as she drew closer to the door to meet the “nazi”.

“Listen up everyone this is not a game, this is real. I’m not your momma I am Miranda Bailey. This is not easy come easy go. Don't expect me to be easy on you. I will push you beyond your limits and you will want to quit but that's when you have to step it up. This job is no easier than any doctor’s job out there. Yall are like surgeons in the surgical room. No room for error.” the omniscient Bailey explained harshly. “Follow me, do as I say and run when I run. Emergencies can happen at any moment people. Everyone needs to be prepared because anything can happen.It is not unusual to see uncanny things around here Folks we are not in your average neighborhood grocery anymore. We are in the big leagues, we are in Walmart. Walmart is the North Pole of Christmas, You will be in jeopardy if you do not do what I say exactly how I say to do it.” Bailey exclaimed stressfully. Meredith's mind was racing. She didn't know if she should be excited or nervous.The doors were being pushed open by Bailey and the interns as they enter the main part of Walmart.Here we go Meredith thought as she pushed through the door embarking on her journey into the mass chaos  that she would now call her job.
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