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The Winner of the Readers` Choice Story of the Week
Congratulations Ann Castillo

Your Story "Grandma Say It's Her Lucky Charm " has been chosen as the Winner of the Readers` Choice Story of the Week.


This Week's Winning Story


Grandma Say It's Her Lucky Charm
By Ann Castillo

My mother called me at work and said while they were waiting for daddy’s appointment at a military hospital, he collapsed in the hall.

A doctor scooped him up and took him inside the emergency room. So far he had been resuscitated 3 times, and he wasn’t expected to make it.


I went home and gathered my family and made the 3 hour trip home. As soon as I got there daddy was laying in a bed with all kinds of tubes coming out of him. I started talking to him, and then mother signed the “Do Not Resuscitate” order.

I got close to my daddy and held open one eye and all I saw was a black pupil, no brown eyes. I kept telling him we had too many Dallas Cowboy games to watch and more Superbowls to win.

A new doctor came in the next morning and said – “What’s this – we will resuscitate!” Even though he was kept alive only by drugs. Everyone else thought he was through, but me. I kept talking and asked for him to squeeze my hand. He did!! I kept talking.


After several days, when we were told he was brain dead, he left hospital with us. I got seven more years with my daddy.

Ann Castillo
Carrollton, Texas USA


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