On a recent visit to an area hospital lab for routine blood testing I was afforded an interesting morning. I walked into the lab waiting area, and signed in. I was told to take a seat and someone would be with me soon. I obliged, grabbed a magazine, and sat down and began thumbing through an outdated copy of some sports magazine. As I sat thumbing through pages I got the sensation that the room was very crowded and yet only myself and one other person were in there waiting.
I also became keenly aware that although this was the "lab area" and waiting area, it was not always a lab, and that many sick people had passed here. Ordinarily this would not be a big deal to think that, or feel it even perhaps but when you start asking questions that's another story. The woman at the counter gave me a vey odd look when I asked if the I.C.U. used to be located here before it was a lab? She countered with her own question, "Did you work here in the past" ? I politely said no I did not, but had other reasons for asking. It did indeed used to be the location of their I.C.U. before remodels and upgrades thus leaving this area for the lab use. It was an interesting experience if somewhat weird but sometimes its things that are just that simple.
Hoping a Happy 4th of July for all and remember, none of us are alone in the human condition.
(Earl Foster is life long resident of South Jersey. He resides in and writes from Brooklawn NJ. Earl can be reached at email@example.com or on his website at www.lightsourceparanormal.com) Check us out on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/lightsourceparanormal.