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This is smiling sally's first born grandchild, Lauren, writing for her. Here is her story.
On Tuesday, December 23rd I was rushed to the emergency room with shortness of breath and chest pains. Notice it's Blue.
Look it's Blue inside and out. Notice these Blue halls and carpeting. This hospital is loaded with Blue!
Look, even the hospital gown is Blue. Please don't look too closely at the no make up or messy hair.
Jane sent me this beautiful Christmas tree from Pennsylvania. Notice the Blue ribbons! She had the florist intertwine the ribbons, just for me. She didn't realize that I'd be in the hospital! This beautiful tree was my only Christmas decoration!
My daughter-in-law, Sharon, said, "If you're going to be in the hospital for Christmas we'll bring Christmas to you!" and my son's entire family came! We were able to share gifts, laugh together, and visit.
It was truly my favorite Christmas ever!
How was your Christmas?