Dreamt that I was brought to some underground, cavernous-like restaurant for training with the manager. The place had an Olive Garden feel, trying to be five-star but too busy to manage it. I think I knew the manager, or she at least felt familiar to me, like I had known her for years. There was a spot in the dream where some one was either asking about her or commenting on her abilities and I said she had tremendous skills, because I knew her from somewhere before..
Before my training even started, the dream took on this weird grade-school/frat house feel. And instead of being a restaurant, it was somehow connected to a hospital. There was a scheduled surgery going to happen, and some one I was working with needed to be ready in time for it. To assist in the surgery, I believe. I think a few of us were sitting at a table waiting to be useful.
I was well aware of my hours that I had to work, that day. I had shown up early-8, I think-and needed to leave at 4:30 in the afternoon.
In the background, or around me, were a group (hence the grade-school/fraternity feel) who were being mean and competitive with one another. Just as I was trying to leave to go wherever it was I needed to go, my "boyfriend", this child, begged me not to go. He needed help because some one had burned him on his backside. He proceeded to show me the burn. It was awful looking, definitely second- or third degree, puffy and red and black around the edges and it was right at the top of the butt crack. I went to go wash my hands, and told him I would go get some ointment or something for him, right after I washed my hands.
I went looking for soap, and ended up wandering around in these back rooms. Some how I knew that these rooms were for some of these people I had just been hanging out with. The soap was hard to locate. It almost seemed like there were lots of other things like shampoo, etc. set up just to distract me from finding the soap. I finally found it at the sink closest to me in the room and picked up a bar, sniffed it and then started to unwrap the wrapper. This is where the dream seemed to end.