Death In The Apple Grove (Part 1, page 4 of 6)


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‚Äč Physically she was getting stronger everyday At first the doctors and nurses had her in a wheelchair and was getting her to just stand was an ordeal then with pyshically theraphy she was able to stand on her own then walking a few steps and now short distances to the bathroom. She had to even be taught how to bath and clean herself after going to the bathroom. She was like a little child again. Soon she would be well enough to leave the center. They were hoping that the address and key would jolt a memory even if it was what the key belong to. At this point any little memory would be plus to unlocking her memory and her past.. One day themaintance man came in to fix ductwork and noticed her examining the key and asked her if he could see it. He told her that the key looked like that belong to a lock box of some kind but if he could borroww it for a couple of days while he was off he might be able to find out but she had an anxiety attack when he took it. So he told her let's take it up to the office and copy it and he could show the picture of it to a friend When he returned to work she was told that key looked like it was to a locker of some kind. With her time at the center quickly coming to an end they staff gathered up a donation for her and one of the nurses had a small suitcase and one of the nuns who came in frequently that lived in her own home offered her a room which she gratefully accepted

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