cloak over her shoulders.
I walked with a zombie.
(laughs a little, self
It does seem an odd thing to say.
Had anyone said that to me a year
ago, I'm not at all sure I would
might have had some notion -- that
they were strange and frightening,
have walked with a Zombie
It all began in such an ordinary
As she says this the long road and the advancing figures
f.g. horse-drawn sleighs are passing.
in Ottawa...a little boy who'd
broken both legs. It was one of
and constant care, nicely
complicate with a pair of
hysterical parents. When he was
all well I had to find another job.
That's a nurse's life for you. I
went to the Registry.
DOWN this sign, from one firm name to another, stopping at
the last name listed:
They gave me an address in the
business district. I went there.
INT. OFFICE -- DAY
His age indicates that he won it in the last war. He has a
answers to his questions.
Where were you trained?
stares at it.
(fiddling with the paper
This last question's a little
irregular, Miss Connell. I don't
quite know how to put it.
Do you believe in witchcraft?
attractive in her blue nurse's cape and round fur cape.
(finally putting the leash
on her laughter)
They didn't teach it at Memorial
Hospital. I had my suspicions,
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