A hunter hospitalized this spring had a serious condition. She’d be sidelined for weeks. Her doctor wanted to install a device near her left shoulder. She objected, saying it had to be on her right side. She’s left-handed and didn’t want it to interfere with shooting her shotgun during turkey season.
You don’t have to ”snooze to lose” in this rapidly changing COVID-19 environment – all you must do is blink.
By John Jefferson
Contributed Photos Brookelynn Gilden, a sophomore at Aransas Pass High School, pushes off the pole during her new personal record and school record of 10’7” as she takes the gold at the Kenedy Lions Relays Wednesday 3-11-2020. Brookelynn’s vault has placed her among the top five 3AA outdoor girls High School vaulters in the state of Texas, according to Texas MileSplit.
The title has a double meaning. For one, it’s the Morse code call for emergency assistance. The other might have kept you from reading this. But I’m glad you’re still here.