Have you ever noticed how far a single drop of blood spreads?
Maybe you’ve accidentally scratched yourself or cut yourself shaving, but the blood doesn’t easily stop and the vivid colour permeates everything it touches.
Why is it that when you cut yourself shaving, it’s always when you’re in a hurry?
Or do you cut yourself shaving because you are in a hurry and not being as careful as you normally would?
The worst part is that it won’t stop and as you get dressed, a piece of loo-paper stuck to your chin, it drops off and a drop of blood hits your white or blue work shirt spreading through the material and spoiling your look just before you leave the house.
That’s trivial. So you can imagine what it’s like when someone has a major trauma injury, the red stuff oozing or gushing from their wound all over your brand new flooring.
You’d think that they would have been more careful.
But was it really their fault?
Are you sure?
I have my story and I’m sticking to it.
I looked at her lying there unconscious, blood seeping from her head, running down the kitchen unit and already creating a small but growing puddle on my new flooring.
I assessed the situation in an instant, there was no way that this would clean up with Mister Muscle. Continue reading “Wolf – Blood?”