What can YOU say in six sentences?
Someone’s calling me; it’s probably over, the doctor’s finished the biopsy and he’s ready to explain how I’ll take care of my tongue.
Tom’s probably standing behind me looking at the specimen and waiting to take me home.
“We need you to wake up so we can put the dam in your mouth,” the assistant gently tapped my arm.
“It’s not over,” I said as if my voice was in a distance.
“We’re just beginning, you fell asleep on us,” the surgeon said.
I’m not laughing?