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A Book Excerpt…

Here is a book excerpt, to at least show that I’m working on my book project (and make myself feel better).  After all, my book project is the original purpose of this blog.  🙂

“What Time Is It?”

While first hospitalized as a result of my auto accident, I was in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) for a few weeks. Some funny (and strange) things happened while I was in there. Here is one of the happenings that occurred:

While in the Intensive Care Unit, I remember always asking everyone “what time is it?” I don’t know why it was so important. And, I was so drugged, I probably couldn’t make much sense out of a watch if I had to.

Anyways, whoever would walk into the ICU, I’d ask them for the time. Even total strangers. Finally, my aunt (who was always looking out for me in her own way), bought me a Timex wrist watch.

I don’t remember what happened after that. I only know that my Timex kept ticking for years.

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