I shouldn’t see you until I see you

I shouldn’t see you before I see you. That’s what I wanted to tell her. She came into the office and sat in the waiting room. What should have been a skirt looked more like a napkin. A very tiny napkin.

But she was not concerned. In fact she was proud to be revealing what only God, her mother or a spouse should see. Flaunting her body as the beautiful asset it was seemed as natural as the breath she took…, away…,from those who gawked at her…., like me.

But wait a minute. I am the doctor here. So when the Medical assistant announced: “the doctor will see you now” I was thinking of responding “He already has”.

It seems as if some women of today are lacking mothers, morals and mirrors. Perhaps this is an oversimplified and very biased, judgmental statement. But as a physician I am supposed to say remove your garments and put on this paper robe. I feel like saying, please put on this robe to cover that face cloth, or napkin or whatever it is.

Well I am getting older and it may just be that it is really time for me to retire. However, I still believe that women who display modesty in their attire in public are the most attractive.

I shouldn’t see you..,, until I see you.

Favor is deceitful, and beauty is vain: but a woman that fears the Lord , she shall be praised. Proverbs 31:30 KJV