It took several hours, several nurses, several hundred needle pokes, and an infrared device to get several hundred mL of potassium into my “tiny, dry, rolly” veins — and to get alll the blood out for alll the bloodwork.
The USPS always delivers my mail promptly.

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Writer. Rememberer. Forgeterer. During surgery I lost 90% of my memories. And all of my hair. These days I write about life, or lack thereof.

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Michelle O'Kane

Michelle O'Kane

Writer. Rememberer. Forgeterer. During surgery I lost 90% of my memories. And all of my hair. These days I write about life, or lack thereof.

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