Friends Don’t Let Friends…

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  1. BraysMa-ma says:

    I’m not looking forward to our turn in April 🙁 We’ve been through several surgeries at Children’s and have ALL his specialists there. I’m very familiar with the hospital and have spent weeks there on more than one occasion. I’m still nowhere near ready for this. We have our surgery date, but no pre-op date yet. I’m not sure who is going to pre-op with me, but I never go to Boston alone. Just an extra set of hands is always a huge help, even with regular follow up appointments.

  2. Definitely not something to look forward to but I’m so glad you at least know not to go alone. While I know we’re in good hands with the medical staff, I would also rather be just about anywhere else. Keep me posted.

  3. kathyharter says:

    i am still planning on coming down there when you are in… i can’t bring much other than coffee and inappropriate jokes and behavior.

  4. Right there with you, and I’m impressed at your foresight, especially about BRINGING SOMETHING CHOCOLATEY. Thanks for that.

  5. Heather, this is a great report after a stressful day, it is your turn to write an article about your surgical journey with Aidan as it is very insightful! Thinking of you all as you start another chapter in hospital experiences. xx

  6. danielle says:

    I am SO happy you have that friend. We ALL need that friend!

    XOXO

    …danielle

  7. Mallory says:

    As someone who lives in the world of many of the MAJOR MEDICAL CENTERS and was just recently in one, and knows moderately well how to get from point A to point B in this city, please let me know if you need anything when you are here. I can also make coffee runs or just provide a hug, an ear, or a dinner out. You are such a rockstar, we gotta stick together. <3

  8. swanarchie07 says:

    I too gave a wonderful friend calked Amanda and she does the same for me as yours did for you. She helps me so much.
    Thank you for sharing this with us xxxxx

  9. mamadeano says:

    Friends are precious, I think they reflect so much of Jesus and his care for us. Glad you have some good ones 🙂

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