“To know even one life has breathed easier because you have lived. This is to have succeeded.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson
Marchh 30th is National Doctors’ Day.
Where do I even begin?
Because of countless physicians our daughter has defied all odds, I mean I think it’s mostly Alyssa, but I have to give credit where credit is due 😉. I often talk about inclusion, acceptance, and compassion when I sit down to write, because those topics are so close to my heart, and when I think about physicians who have come into our lives, they embody each characteristic. And they thought never hit me until today.
They intervene at Alyssa’s worst times to help her with nothing but respect, and the best intentions. They help her during her good times to make sure Alyssa continues to feel her best and continues on, what I like to call, “her healthy spree.” They consistently listen to us as parents when we have concerns, over all they put up with us as parents. Mostly me, because as we have already established, I’m a helicopter parent and no more needs to be said on that subject.
We have been blessed in every aspect of Alyssas care with amazing physicians. We want to say thank you, from the bottom of our hearts, for being educated, proactive, quick in the time of great need, and dedicated. We can’t imagine a world without you all in it. ❤️
Also, in the words of Drake “Look what you’ve done.” In a good way.