“Thanks to my father, ever since I was a child, I wanted to be a surgeon. My toys were not only the unusual cowboy pistols and hats, but also surgical gloves, clamps, and retractors. My school projects were nothing but projects of the heart. In high school, my reputation was the “wannabe doctor. And in 1967 when Life Magazine published the pictures of the first heart transplant, my destiny was solidified. From that moment on, not only did I want to be one of the best surgeons, but I wanted to be a heart surgeon.”
“Dr. Conley was standing there. He was silent and, as I stood by him, I did not say a word. I did not have to. My teacher had fixed thousands of these little hearts before. If it would not happen for Mario, it was not meant to be.”
“Telling when bad news was coming her way was one of her traits that we all believed in as well as her. She could tell when bad news was being directed her way. Physical phenomenon would occur around her announcing the death or illness of someone close to her. Large plants or trees would just fall over. Glass tables would crack without anyone being close to them. Whenever any of these out of ordinary events would happen, she would become nervous and discuss it with us. It was like having a live radio in our midst.”
(the described woman is Doctor Nuno’s mother).shouldbereading.wordpress.com/2013/04/09/teaser-tuesdays-apr-9/
following three (3) questions…
• What are you currently reading?
• What did you recently finish reading?
• What do you think you’ll read next?
I am currently reading PASSING LOVE by JACQUELINE LUCKETT and SHATTERED BY DANI PETTREY.
I am currently reading PASSING LOVE by JACQUELINE LUCKETT.
Next I’m going to read MANUSCRIPT FOUND IN ACCRA by PAULO COELHO.
1. Copolymers “But I am a lover of literature, not thermal units, (copolymers), and (dielectric) strength.
noun Chemistry . 1. a compound of high molecular weight derived either by the addition of many smaller molecules, as polyethylene, or by the condensation of many …
2.hijab “Women in plain cotton (hijabs) tried on footwear from tables set up in doorways.”
noun 1. a traditional scarf worn by Muslim women to cover the hair and neck and sometimes the face. 2. the traditional dress code of Muslim women, calling for the …
3.Tagines “Nicole scrutinized his pr….as he led her past shops filled with linens, tagines…..”
tagine, tajine [tæˈʒiːn] n. 1. (Cookery) a large, heavy N African cooking pot with a conical lid.
“She’d interviewed Reef McKenna numerous times in the past, and the news of his arrest for Karli Davis’s murder had flat out shocked her. While the evidence looked bad, she was not one to jump on the party wagon. Especially when that party wagon was gunning for reelection. she wanted to dig deeper. To make sure they actually had the right man behind bars.”(BETHANY HOUSE)
“Nancy held up the book. “‘It’s part of the Miss Julia series. I enjoy them so much.'” She hesitated. Her voice lowered. “Maude loved them, too,'” Anne Kept silent.
“What if there was a second person? How could they have missed it? Where was that person?”
I have gotten behind in my reading. Last week I got thrown off with an appointment and something else. Never caught up again. I Intend to catch up starting this week. I am still reading RING AROUND THE ROSY by JACKIE FULLERTON. It’s a mystery with a string of related murders. I’m also reading “I Will Never Forget” by ELAINE C. PEREIRA. It’s a true story. The story is told from the daughter’s viewpoint. So far it’s very emotional and hard not to read it. I did finish SUGAR HILL WHERE THE SUN ROSE OVER HARLEM by MULLIGAN.