One Step At A Time

Fourteen years ago a one ton bale of hay rested on top of my head and neck, causing my breathing to became labored, and I wondered how long I could stay conscious. tractor#1Twice a painful tingle crossed over my face, and I feared suffocation. I was rapidly losing the ability to take in oxygen. Twice I begged, “Please God, let me stay.”

Never before had I experienced so much pain. I began counting. “One. Two. Three. Four. Please God . . . “And then again. “One. Two. Three. Four. Please . . . ”

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