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tootsie1
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We had a birthday party at our church today. Since there would be lots of people there, I made sure I had my table of Relay "opportunities" available. I have to say, it really touched my heart when my primary care physician came to the table and purchased a luminary in my honor. He said he was doing it, in hopes I would stay "just as I am" right now. I knew he meant he hopes I will retain my NED status, and he was the one who started my whole cancer discovery process, so it meant the world to me.

*hugs*
Gail

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Buzzard
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that if you give people half a chance that they can be great and heartfelt...For the most part today's society just act as they are not very social but its a front I am finding that they really are, they only need to be around the right people to act as they normally would. People want to be close to others and I think that something like we all share allows us to know how people really feel about each other because they know that we have been through it and back and are very emotional and want to be close to those we care about....You primary physician was actually showing you a gift of love by purchasing a luminary and I bet he would give ya a big hug too.....if today's society only showed the emotion that I know they feel but are afraid to show then it would be a better place to live.....or if they all went through this (Heaven forbid)then I know it would be better, it just doesn't take much for me anymore to get real sentimental about anything that has to do with Faith,Family, or Life......everything is a blessing anymore...and I sure am glad to be a part of it.....and Tootsie1....I'm glad that in a funny sort of way I am a part of your life also....God Bless ya Hun.......

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tootsie1
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Thanks, dear. I am also grateful to be part of your life. I agree with you about the sentimental thing. I've always been pretty open with my emotions, but now the loving words just spill out of me big time. Like yesterday, one of my friends was at the church party, and I just went up to her and kissed her. I said, "I don't think I've told you today, but I love you." I would have certainly felt that before, but might not have said it.

*hugs*
Gail

P.S. And I LOVE my doctor and his wife. They're both so dear to me. I will always treasure him standing there and filling out the form in my honor.

polarprincess
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Joined: Aug 2008

that would really touch my heart as well.. sweet thanks for sharing

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