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By Janine Shepherd
Get together of lifetime of an Olympic go state skier who was once hit by way of a truck whereas education
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I was pretty pleased with myself. Beating the boys was pretty cool, I thought. Then the coach came up to speak to Mum and me. ‘Janine, that was well done. ’ ‘Thank you,’ I said politely. ’ he asked, his question directed more to Mum than me. ’ His name was Frank and he was already a very respected coach in athletics. It was a real honour just to be invited to join his squad, as he made a point of selecting the kids he wanted to train. Mum really didn’t have much of a chance of saying no to my request, and for the next five years my life would revolve around athletics.
I was so happy. Everything was going to be all right after all. I was startled by a voice at my side. ‘Good morning, Janine, how are we today? ’ I wasn’t expecting a physiotherapist. What could she possibly want? ‘I will be looking after you while you are in Intensive Care.
It was late and Mum and Dad had gone home. I could hear the footsteps of the staff as they shuffled in and out of the ward and the groans of the other patients as they settled down for another night of pain. Suddenly there was a commotion outside the ward and then I heard the doors open. I moved my mirror and could just see the outline of two ambulance officers who were pushing a trolley. The patient groaned as they lifted him off the trolley and into his bed, and I felt a terrible sense of sadness that someone else had become a victim.
Never Tell Me Never by Janine Shepherd