He swung himself from balcony to balcony with his bare hands.
“I’m not talking about the super-hyped wipe-warmer or overrated Diaper Genie. I’m talking about the simple pleasures that truly make us #blessed.”
“Within 12 hours after being admitted, he went from joking and talking to being in ICU on a ventilator. Finally a doctor came to me with a little hope – they had the diagnosis! He was showing small signs of improvement. Within two hours, I watched my handsome husband of 23 years pass away.”
“I was sitting in my car in the parking garage, getting ready to leave work.”
“This started from him falling from a bed that is only 2 feet off the ground.”
“The mother that did all those things for all of us is now waiting for us to direct her, to hold her so she’s not scared, to make it better when she hurts, and most of all, to love her unconditionally. We have come full circle, and we are ready.”
Yes, he has a messy life. I have a messy life too. We all do! It would have been easy to ignore Mark.
“When we moved in with my mother, it became clear how far I had fallen. My asthma and allergies were untreated, I was obese, and I slept, drank, and ate far too much.”
“It feels like even though I’m always running, I’m never really getting anywhere at all.”
“It’s amazing how powerful reassurance and hope are – how calming it can be when we feel sure that “everything will be ok.”