This is like an abridged-version of the 500+ pages I’d written while sitting in the room at Suburban Hospital from 12/19/15 till I left for the Kensington Nursing and Rehabilitation Center on 2/10/16. It’s all in my (very lousy) handwriting and isn’t particularly recommended but nor should all that time have gone to waste, and it would only cost me about a dollar thirty-five I think to put all the pages into these files instead so I’ll be working on that.
a few missing pages are in here — subhosp chopped – This is the regular first part of the long letter seeking the usual assistance I’m seeking, and I’m not sure what the rest of the files have wound up having in them. I’m going to try to add what I’ve got of the 500 pages to the bottom after thee “chopped” except for this one I think files, but I can’t delete the extra pages of the overlap, only try to explain where there are overlap-duplicates of some of the pages in the continuity, because they were some of the first pdfs I’d made so far.
subhosp chopped1 – misc. pages, check for missing here or theres
subhosp chopped2 notes
subhosp chopped21 =notes
Here’s another “abridgment,” but there’s a little dot of dirt on that first page that bothers, “bugs,” me.
suburban etc2, This is just pages from waking up after the accident down to recently, about 40 of them from here and there that I’m trying to keep track of despite the difficulties of the homelessness and never knowing what the system might do to me next.
Here’s the attempt at the unabridged pages from the hospital, the first 30 or 40 being the same as the first file in this file, starting with the page 1 with Joe Fuca on it again. — It didn’t work, I’m not sure what order these pages are in, but they’re all likely in that selection maybe somewhere, most of the page numbers are pretty clear.
suburban9 410-424 and misc.
suburban hospital part 11 139-188
suburban hospital part 12 214-47?
suburban hospital part 13 248-48 p?
suburban hospital part 14 318-341
suburban hospital part 15 341-390
Okay, that didn’t work, I’ll try to get it straightened out. — Back, it might be worse than I thought it was, that there’s some 30-40 pages early on unaccounted for, maybe. — Okay, the fact is that I don’t really get to look at much of this stuff that I quick-do, and I’d thought I’d gotten the pages into order through the scanner at some point but maybe I hadn’t.