Esther 3

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Subject: Esther 3
From: Goodfellow <>
Date: Mon, 28 Feb 00 18:14:18 +0930
I've just been to see Esther in intensive care.  She has a great bandage 
around her head with a drainage bottle  hanging from it and two great 
black eyes, but she took my hand, squeezed it tight, said, "Hello Dada 
(younger sister)".  I think she's going to be fine.  

If any doctors out there have any ideas on safer ways of banging one's 
head in grief I'll pass them on.  I think alternatives are sorely needed.

Denise Goodfellow (Lawungkurr Maralngurra)
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