Had a chance to read some more of Jack's book "Sticky". You can find him at Shipslog right here at blogspot. His book is proving to be a very good read. This pink is for Sherry, his wife who is his helpmate. We were in a doctor's office waiting and in between people watching, the thing I do best, and kids coughing, I was reading. Couldn't help but notice the little elderly couple walk in. They were in an intense conversation so I marked my place and listened. He was saying I know you're mad but when I married you I vowed to take care of you and I'm going to do that if it hairlips me. Now that is a word I haven't heard in a long time. Or is it two words? As they stepped up to the receptionist the gentleman was telling her someone called just now and told me to not let my wife take her medicine or it could make her sick or kill her. Did you call he ask the receptionist? She said be seated and the doctor will be with you in a minute. When they came out the receptionest was reminding him let her take her medicine the way she always does. It won't make her sick or kill her. I'm wondering if he misunderstood the caller or if it was someone playing a prank because he said when he ask who it was they hung up. How sad if it was a prank. They were such a sweet little couple and he was so concerned. She told him she wasn't mad at him.