I tell myself not to be hurt. This is Dad. I mastered professional crispness long before I graduated from dental school. It was the only way to survive life with my father. High praise indeed. If not for breakfast, then by lunch. Dad is remarkably resourceful. Is there someone with you waiting to speak to me?
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Clear my schedule. Book a flight. Get a rental car. Maybe I should drive. Twelve hours driving.
Too long. Get a car.
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In the next exam room I see the mother in the corner first, and then the little boy in the exam chair, blue paper bib around his neck. His eyes are huge. His lower lip is trembling. The boy says nothing. The mother gives me a grim smile. I dry my hands on a paper towel and sit down on my stool and roll towards the child. That means she knows me. Or she knows about Andrew and me.
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Or just knows about Andrew. And how old are you? He just looks at me. I keep smiling at him even though I suddenly want to cry and I never cry at work. I glanced at the chart on the counter even as I was washing my hands. His arm is small. I want to protect him. When you are a child you have no control. Everyone makes all the decisions for you. He shakes his head. And a vest. Brett leaves the office with thick cotton tucked between his cheek and gum and a shy smile for me.
Andrew had lovely lashes, too. I used to touch them lightly, wonderingly. What did you do to get eyelashes like these? And I want Andrew back.
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I want him to make fun of the note. And me. I want him to make things better. He knew how to make everything better. Even though I have yet another patient waiting for me, I walk down the hall, out the door into the warm Arizona sunshine, squeezing my hands into fists, digging my nails into the skin to keep from making a sound.
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