A Muted Melody
Have you ever awakened to the frightening experience of not knowing what has happened to you? Piecing together your life by recalling your name and career? Realizing you are paralyzed and can no longer live the same life you had enjoyed before your accident? When you come to grips with your handicap, you might realize that you have two choices. Either you can give up and become dependent on your family and friends, or you can determine to recover as much of your life as you can and make a new life. If you decide to move on, you had better be careful. Other, more sinister people may have other more dangerous plans for you. How lucky you are to have a darling four-footed friend as companion and champion to protect and comfort you.
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