Sarah and Legion Snippet

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"Sister Sarah woke up groggy in the same hospital she had been in for a few days now. She had been lapsing in and out of consciousness ever since the plane crash. As she came to, the dripping of the IV which kept her hydrated and the beeping of the machine that indicated that her heart was successfully beating annoyed her, but at the same time comforted her slightly. Her mission was clear. The last instructions that she was relying on at this time she had received were “Stay you, and stay alive.” She was alive and feeling healthier and stronger every day. That is except for in the mornings during which time it proved necessary to vomit as well as ponder how much more her breasts were going to hurt before this thing was over. The nursing staff had been kind to her but stand-offish. It wasn’t because she was pregnant. It wasn’t because she was now a former nun whom was supposed to be under a vow of chastity and was kicked out of the order because no one believed that whole pregnant virgin nonsense. No. This was downtown LA. Nobody cared about that. The nurses kept their distance because she was the only survivor of a plane crash in which no one else had survived. The nurses kept their distance because she was the only survivor of a plane crash in which none of the other 127 passenger’s bodies had even been found. By natural reckoning, Sister Sarah should not only be dead but also gone. The FAA investigation had drawn a total blank and no charges were pending against her, but it was clear she made everyone around her who knew her tale uneasy. Sister Sarah