Tommy’s recovery center in Kingsfield is not as nice as Ruth’s. In Dover, Ruth is at least kept comfortable and everything is new. Tommy’s recovery center is
out of the way and awkward to get to, and yet when you’re there, there’s no real sense of peace and quiet.
The bathrooms are too far from where the donors are kept, it is cold, and some rooms are not wheelchair accessible. When they meet Tommy again, he is recovering from his second donation.
Tommy has not been to see the boat yet, so the three set off with Kathy driving....
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