Eddie's Painful Decision

By Peter Grant

Comedy & satire, Short stories | eBook


Charity begins at the hospital, not home, if you want to give Eddie a sponge bath. Eddie isn’t worried about the bullet that whizzed through his chest. Sure it hurts, but the doctor told him he’ll be fine. Deciding where to recuperate has him almost paralyzed. His mother, Stinky’s mother and Stinky are fighting for the right to play nurse and unlike Gaul, he doesn’t want to be divided in three parts. Whatever he decides, he’ll disappoint two of his nearest and dearest and Irish guilt and Eddie go back a long way. To add to his torment he seems to have organized a citywide peace movement while he was under a lot of pain medication, one of the nurses is collecting serious coin (for charity) from nurses and aides who want to attend to his personal needs, and Stinky can’t help offering unsolicited advice to the patient in the next bed. Hospitals are never relaxing and even less so when Stinky takes charge.


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Charity begins at the hospital, not home, if you want to give Eddie a sponge bath. Eddie isn’t worried about the bullet that whizzed through his chest. Sure it hurts, but the doctor told him he’ll be fine. Deciding where to recuperate has him almost paralyzed. His mother, Stinky’s mother and Stinky are fighting for the right to play nurse and unlike Gaul, he doesn’t want to be divided in three parts. Whatever he decides, he’ll disappoint two of his nearest and dearest and Irish guilt and Eddie go back a long way. To add to his torment he seems to have organized a citywide peace movement while he was under a lot of pain medication, one of the nurses is collecting serious coin (for charity) from nurses and aides who want to attend to his personal needs, and Stinky can’t help offering u...


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Peter Grant spends very little time in hospitals because the staff always votes to send him home. Even though people say, "Laughter is the best medicine," noisy charity wards are no place for humor. The Stinky Stories include dozens of individual titles, all of which are collected into eight handy volumes. That's way more happy endings than you'll find in, say, the "Congressional Record."



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