Post by Guest Writer, Angelia Huntley
Angelia Huntley received a Journalism Degree from the University of Nebraska – Lincoln. She’s been published in The Daily Nebraskan newspaper and has written short stories. She is currently working on a full length fictional novel. When not cheering on her Chicago Cubs, playing with her dogs (Roxie and Snickers), or as she says on her Facebook page “trying to save the world one recyclable at a time,” she is traveling the country exploring new restaurants with her spousal equivalent, Gene.
For almost three years Brenda Clifford’s dad, Fred Clifford, had gone to his doctor with complaints about the glands in his neck being swollen. The doctors continued to tell him and his family that nothing was wrong. Brenda said they kept telling us, “It’s just ingrown whiskers, don’t worry about it.”
Yet, after three years they knew something was not right. In 1991, the family decided to get a second opinion. Keep reading