Registration class with Miss Stone forty years ago created scars mental and physical.
“Rogers?” she would call, aware of his impediment. “Enunciate!”
“P-P-Present,” he stuttered.
Now the twisted face of the stroke patient in emergency looked familiar.
“I’m Doctor Rogers. When did you suffer the stroke? Enunciate, Miss Stone.”
John B Sinclair is a much-travelled Scot who has now returned to Scotland, where he enjoys freelance writing on a variety of subjects.
Editor’s Note: Read the sequel, Payback (Part Two).