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Lira Blog #3 Oh Happy Day (Audio 1:32 Below )

Lillie went home today. I have watched this very sick little five year old Hispanic beauty live at the hospital for the last couple of months.   I have watched hospital staff treat her like one of their own taking her on wagon rides around the ward, teaching her one English word a day ( one day the word was glamorous to go with her princess motif ) and letting her just hang out at the nurses station with them for hours. These nurses are angels in my mind and heart.

Imagine this… a little girl sitting cross legged on the bed attached to a multitude of tubes petting Lira who is on the bed with her.  Her hair done perfectly by her mother, two little shoulder length pony tails with different colored rubber bands every couple of inches.  Whenever she saw Lira she would smile from ear to ear framing chubby cheeks. This smile can only be described as a joyful brightening of our world.  A tiny youngster who understandably was cranky some days and a precious little girl who definitely always knew exactly what she wanted.   

What a blessing it was to happen to walk in as she and her family were preparing with the hospital staff to go home.  What a joy it was to see this kind of happiness shining through every pore of her being.

Lira Visiting the Hospital Rose Garden                      

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4 Responses to “Lira Blog #3 Oh Happy Day (Audio 1:32 Below )”

  1. Hi Sally!
    How are you and Lira doing? I think that is really a great idea, reading the content of your blogs while showing off your voice over skills. I think it would be a great idea for you to send your blog links to sites that cater to the blind. They would love these Lira stories!


  2. admin

    Hi Patty ! Lira and I are doing great. Our summer weather up here has been kind of lousy but I try not to complain:) I do some volunteer work for Guide Dogs for the Blind reading their quarterly newsletter for sight impaired recipients. I’ll get some ideas from their editor on who I could send my blog link to. Always appreciate your encouragement and ideas so much !!!! Also my business continues to grow with referrals. Referrals are GREATLY appreciated. Wishing you a great rest of the week.

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