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By "mindy12182" - / Saturday 29 December 2018 17:00 / United States - Des Moines
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By  ajh1800  |  24

I think it would be better to just let her know what happened, apologise, and offer to put it in the laundry for her since shes disabled. That looks better for you than letting her find it later and having her deal with it herself.

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By  ajh1800  |  24

I think it would be better to just let her know what happened, apologise, and offer to put it in the laundry for her since shes disabled. That looks better for you than letting her find it later and having her deal with it herself.

By  TxKitten79  |  8

And you didn't have the decency to clean the bedspread? Of your disabled client? That YOU messed up? Wow. This isn't an FML for you. This is an FML for the client for having a lazy, disrespectful, rude, person, who her family or insurance is paying to give her services, mess up her things. Accidents like this happen. But take responsibility for it. I hope someone noticed it, knew it was you, and complained to your supervisor. I can't even tell you how disgusted I am that you obviously snuck out and left your mess behind. Woman up, go back, and do your best to get the stain out! At the very least, call her caretaker, explain what happened snd say you were so embarrassed that you panicked and just left, and apologize PROFUSELY for the mistake of not cleaning it up, offering to take it home to clean it, or at the very least TELLING someone!

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  mindy12182  |  17

for your information this is not my original FML they edited it horribly to make me look like an ass and I'm pissed! I didn't sneak out of her room she knew damn well what happened she saw it first and I explained to her what was going on and she understood it was an accident I cleaned her bedspread immediately before it stained.

By  1ninjanina  |  7

Sometimes decency, courtesy, and responsibility need to be put ahead of embarrassment. If she is merely disabled, and not mentally disabled, she, being a woman, should understand that sometimes your period is a surprise, accidents happen, and nothing to be ashamed of. You should do whatever is necessary to right the situation, whether it’s washing the bedding yourself or making sure housekeeping takes care of it. If it’s permanently stained, offer to buy a new one. Don’t sneak out. If you hadn’t noticed, it’d be a different story. But since you did, and published it, OWN UP TO IT!

By  mindy12182  |  17

OP here FML edited my original post horribly to make me look like the biggest of assholes. This was my original FML: today while doing my disabled clients makeup I began my period while sitting on her white bedspread she noticed the red spot before I did, I had to wash her blanket and change everything from the waist down FML. I explained everything to my client and being a woman to she understood I immediately brought her blanket in to remove the stain and we both ended up having a good laugh about it later. I am very pissed that FML what edit my post the way they did and others who would post their FML should be warned that they may not be put up as they were originally written.

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