Samuel C. Durso, MD
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Durso SC. Trust. Ann Intern Med. 2002;137:1004-1005. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-137-12-200212170-00017
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Published: Ann Intern Med. 2002;137(12):1004-1005.
“How'd you miss that frog, Doc?” There was a tinge of irritation in Ezra's voice.
No use making an excuse. I steadied my balance, planting both feet astride the flat-bottomed boat and squeezed my eyes shut to stop the stinging. Sweat ran over my brow, down my cheeks and into the corners of my mouth. It had a bitter, coppery taste from the headlamp.
“That's awright. Don't worry about it. I'll put you on another one.”
Ezra could be a demanding teacher, but he was also practical. Razzing me wasn't going to put more frogs in the boat. There were half a dozen in a burlap bag behind me. In spite of countless forays hunting and fishing together in the marsh, frogging was new to me.
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