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The waiting room outside the ICU had moms and dads camped out in every corner of the room. Some were asleep, some wide awake as if in a daze, some reading Bibles. I felt their pain as much as my own. I tried to make a phone call but froze when my husband and son burst through the waiting room door shouting, Candy is dead, she s dead! The words freeze in the air. I turn to see the look of fear in everyone s eyes in the waiting room. No one is asleep now. I dropped the telephone receiver to the ground and left it hanging. My feet feel heavy and glued to the floor. I feel my husband grab my arm and we run. Running feels as if we are floating. I need to run through the ICU doors to get to my little girl. She can t be dead. I must do something. I need to get to her.
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Mary Ellen Sparks, a new freelance writer, started her career in Corporate American when she was barely sixteen. Working at BellSouth/AT&T for thirty-four years, she was very active in the Telephone Pioneers of America. Under her leadership as President her council achieved the Council of the Year award for the state of Alabama. Since retirement she is actively involved in AVON leadership. She is co-chairperson for the cancer support group Friends Helping Friends Cancer Survivors/Supporters. Mary Ellen and her husband Bobby reside in Odenville, Alabama.
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Book Description Legacy Book Publishing, 2012. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P111937952207
Book Description Legacy Book Publishing, 2012. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1937952207