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Brick and I are going to the gift shop My mother said a signal both my sister and I had come to take as that she was uncomfortable in this quiet sterile and stale smelling environment of the waiting room of the hospital roomCalling these types of rooms a place to wait you get the feeling through everyone waiting with you in the room were despair and uncertainty When I looked around I saw families like mine waiting like the sword of Damocles was hanging over all of our headsMy sister decided to stay in our waiting area in case my father whom at the time we had not known how long he had been with the doctors to come out and give us the news To validate the reason why I was pulled out of the school half-way through the day my sister we picked up from her new current home with her fiance and drove the forty-five anxious drive to Rochester where the Mayo Clinic and all it world-famous glory stood towering over usWe my mother and I walked to the elevators with her in hand I dont remember who hit the call button for the elevator or what floor the gift shop was on However what I do remember is the seemly to my eighteen-year-old self is the grandeur displayed throughout the whole clinic from the walk in entrances and the waiting rooms but the grandeur stopped thereMy mother and I after returning from the gift shop we returned with a book for my sister to read and a novel for myself to read the novels were a way for my sister and I to escape from this very uncertain and frightening experience that will now be burned into my psyche for as long as I remember that dayJust a little into reading my novel my father came out and I remember what he looked like that day his black leather jacket
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