Poor little one! I am feeling with him. I have been enjoying your travels with you! This accident reminded me of a time when we lived in London and Miriam had a bladder infection (we did not know that) and I ended up in a hospital with her. That visit was actually a nightmare. The only "normal" and friendly person there was a nurse from Spain!
What a dude.......way to be tough.....Charles....both Sue & I are thinking of you. Hang in there...all of our best to you. All of your crew ----Alana, Gabriela, Ryan Lee, Brady, Hayden, Dacien, Charles, Tim, Nick, Leah and Patrick...are all aware of your practice surgery for when you become a doctor ...in real life a couple of years down the road. I am sure your parents appreciate the practice session as well. Hang in there ....we all miss your happy face! Say hi to the rest of the family with you...Sue & Pat
Hi Guys!We miss you too! Thank you for coming by to see what we are up to. You can send pics of the neighborhood back home to us; it looks like the weather there has been MUCH nicer than here; hot, hot and more hot. Charles says thanks and we all send big hugs,Angela
Hi Eva, thank you! I am sorry, I did miss your comment at first, and then I was gone until today. That's too bad about your London hospital experience. People should always be extra kind to someone who is from another place and in a hospital. It is scary enough not to be home, but to have an ill child or need surgery, or both; too hard! Unfortunately, sometimes impatience is the reaction you get; who's got time for this? Take care and thank you for writing, I REALLY appreciate comments!
I am glad you did not delete my comment! No, I am kidding, I did not think you had. Thanks for your comforting words. That hospital stay is still one of the worst experiences of my life.
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