If You’re Ever In The Hospital, After Surgery or Really Sick

Me, two weeks after gallbladder surgery picking up insurance papers from the surgeon, immediately after being sent to the cabin from the ICU, and in the cabin just prior to surgery. Photos provided by the author.

Actors in hospital beds who are acting like sick people aren’t sick, far from it.

They’re literally just acting. They’re emoting. They’re pretending to be the character they are, who could be just about anybody doing anything to push the story forward.

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I don’t just create smiles, I inspire them! Dentist, mom—Jamshedpur, India.

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I don’t just create smiles, I inspire them! Dentist, mom—Jamshedpur, India.

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