Monday, March 1, 2010


HH or "huthot" is the term we use when patients give us gifts for the services we rendered which they liked. it can be in the form of food, items or cash. I usually get food (cause i think my patients know that I need that more to gain more weight), which I like better for it's a big NO-NO for me if it's cash... unless it's my professional fee, of course.

In this foreign land, I haven't received what I can really consider as HH.Usually patients offer me biscuits or gum that are in excess of what they are already partaking. Therefore, not counted as HH. But yesterday, my patient gave me a bracelet with crystal beads and diamonds -- not real diamonds of course. I would probably marry her if it was. However, it was really nice and I really liked it that I was already thinking of what outfits to wear with that bracelet. LOL.

I wish patients or anyone will be more appreciative of what others do for them -- just like my patient. I don't expect or wanted everyone to give me HH though. but at least people will really acknowledge or recognize the good deeds you do for them, whether with just a simple "Thank you" -- or with an HH of course. LOL.

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