February 2019 #602
blind here? I ain’t him.
Me: S! I’m glad you’re here.
as soon as Dr S had your letter. Of course Aunt P would have packed me with
half the pantry and all of the medicine chest. There was some discussion of her
coming herself. But I says I’d be quicker.
Me: I’m glad the letter found you.
just after lunch – stirred up a beehive of fuss.
Me: No helping that.
He know you write me?
Me: We argued a little; in the end he gave in.
not to smile) Stubborn as a mule, that boy.
Me: Did you arrive this morning?
last night before dark.
Me: How is he?
I never seen him this bad.
Me: I have. Once. Three years back I think. Pneumonia wore him
ragged all winter. At the same time, I’m not sure I’ve seen him this… frail
never can look after themselves – mmhm!
Me: How’s he been?
no air to make much trouble.
Me: He cough much?
no air for that neither.
Me: That’s what worries me.
Me: Do you have anything that night help?
help him breathe. Honey laudanum help him rest. Hyssop an’ rosehip syrup for
the cough. An’ a ham hock for broth. Put a little meat on his bones.
Me: You’re well stocked then!
Me: Would you like some coffee or some bourbon?
No, thank you. You picking bad habits from him now?
Me: He did tell me gentlemen were shocking purveyors of bad
habits, so maybe I am.
…Don’t look so down. They told him two years was all he had. He lasted another
twenty. He too stubborn to throw them chains off for a damn cough!
Me: Good point.
smarter than folks credit me. Save him. He always said I was sharp as a new tack.
Me: He’d be right.
Me: Can I get you anything? Or do anything?
got it in hand.
Source: Tales of Necromancy
8 Mar, 2019
February 2019 #602
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