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If I Should Die
Peyton Farley has settled into a new life in southwest Montana. Research and fact checking for a local newspaper is a perfectly safe job, or is it? One morning, Peyton awakens and finds a strange man in lace up work boots who is bleeding out on her kitchen floor. As Peyton calls 911 from her bedroom, someone is stealing the body.
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Milk Carton People is a paranormal thriller about people who suddenly find themselves invisible, able to observe things but unable to participate. Do they go mad? Maybe they find others. It is quite possible that there is no point in being invisible.
Tag Archives: hand sanitizers
I have never had a flu shot. I have been tracking the news for months. Recently some schools closed, some kids were hit hard and unless a family has good health insurance and a low co-pay, flu is flu and unless things go bad, no one knows exactly what kind of flu they had.
Do you know how often we touch ourselves? No, not that touching. I am thinking about how often we rub at an eye, brush our hand across that slight itch on our nose, wipe our lower lip, or push a stray scraggle of hair back into its place.
The rise in personal cell phone use has made the public phone obsolete. And seriously, using a public phone in a place where people have health issues may not have been a good idea, anyway. The little enclosure is still there next to the handicap accessible water fountain and above a trash container. I’d advise steering clear of the water fountain and you know why! Soon, it will be obsolete because we carry the bottled stuff. Use the trash can with care not to actually touch it, but if you do touch, don’t worry, ‘Hospital Hill’ has you covered.
If you look closely at the photo I uploaded from my Smartphone, scrubbed free of germ bodies, and you will see that the hospital has installed a hand-sanitizer dispenser where the pay phone used to be. I also noticed and made my family use the hand-sanitizer located at the second floor elevator entry.
The teachers chanted it, our mothers insisted on it, we would freak out if our doctors didn’t do it.
This is the first line of defense against MRSA, Colds, Food Poisoning, and the Flu.
Wash your hands. Good old soap and running water is a great way to do it. Then you have to worry about touching the faucet handle to turn the water off, and then the doorknob.