Aren’t we so lucky to have so many people around us who cares sincerely? When we request for prayers, we do get a lot.
Sandra’s story is probably one of the most painful tragedy we had as a couple. We waited long enough for her to come, and in an instant, she was taken again away from us.
We named her “Sandra” eventhough we were not sure yet about what gender she’s going to have. We have loved her more than ourselves and have made every effort to make sure she’s going to be fine.
It was very painful to learn she was gone.
The hospital is my bread and butter. This is where I work.
But I wouldn’t want a loved one lying around here.
But sometimes, we need to go through life’s hurdles.
We’ll go through this together.
Sometimes we don’t know how to be strong, until being strong is our only choice.
Yes, we may be scared.
But because we have each other, we become brave.
The most difficult linen change I have done.
Because I have to do this with a heavy heart.
My most favorite post op patient.
We breezed through this together, and we’ll always do for each and every challenge in our marriage. What matters is that we have you and me together in all these battles.
Complete story at Sandra’s Site -click HERE.
My love getting prepared for surgery.
She’s at the holding bay already.
Surgery is over. She’s just resting now.
Getting ready to be discharged.
We will be together, for better or for worse.