When we stopped singing and playing, small conversations started up among family members. I thought this was a good time to excuse myself and allow the family to enjoy their privacy. The atmosphere had changed dramatically.
"You can put the limberjack on the counter of the nurses' station when you're done," I said. "I need to see some other patients this afternoon."
"Thanks," someone said as I excused myself from the room.
A memoir by Robin Russell Gaiser
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