Made my day

My doctor made my day.  She was never John’s physician, but she got to know John since both Nathaniel and I were her patients.  She really liked John because it was always very obvious that John was a caring, dedicated, and loving father.  He was so good with his son and so concerned when Nathaniel got upset after getting his shots.

John would be so proud that, for the last 4 vaccinations, Nathaniel has been a trouper and not even shed a tear.

I gave my doctor one of the ribbon ornaments because she is very special to our family and one of those great doctors who really cares about her patients as well as being a topnotch pysician.  She let me know that she’s going to display it year round in remembrance of John and for melanoma awareness.

It made my day.

Ribbon ornament

About Mary K. Smith

I was widowed in July 2009, when I lost my beloved husband, John, to melanoma. Cancer SUCKS. We have a young son who was just a year old when his father died. I live on a small farm in Maryland which is home to horses, cats, and a dog. I started this blog as a way for me to heal, a way to remember my husband, and eventually I'd like to share it with our son so he can see the love that his father had for him, the love that we had for each other, what a great person his father was, and how hard his father fought to live.
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