He Writes A Heart-Touching Letter To The Hospital People Who Cared For His Wife Who Was On Death Bed.
Peter DeMarco and his wife Laura were leading a joyous life when one day Laura suffered from the asthama attack. The severity couldn't have been spared and she lost her life to this ailment.
Since the day Peter lost his soulmate, he was totally devastated but he was courteous to all the people who stood by him during the tough times.
#9 Ever Since Her Death..
Laura was merely 34-year-old when she was on death bed. She was counting her last breathe, unconscious and immobile, it was Boston’s CHA Cambridge Hospital staff who looked after her with all their hearts. Peter writes an emotional letter dedicated to all the crew.
"As I begin to tell my friends and family about the seven days you treated my wife, Laura Levis, in what turned out to be the last days of her young life, they stop me at about the 15th name that I recall."
#8 He Remembers All Of Their Names..
They were his ray of hope during the darker nights. "The list includes the doctors, nurses, respiratory specialists, social workers…even cleaning staff members who cared for her. ‘How do you remember any of their names?’ they ask. ‘How could I not,’ I respond.”
#7 Their Generosity Was Well Appreciated.
He was moved by the way they'd looked after her. "Every single one of you treated Laura with such professionalism, and kindness, and dignity as she lay unconscious.When she needed shots, you apologized that it was going to hurt a little, whether or not she could hear.When you listened to her heart and lungs through your stethoscopes, and her gown began to slip, you pulled it up to respectfully cover her.You spread a blanket, not only when her body temperature needed regulating, but also when the room was just a little cold, and you thought she’d sleep more comfortably that way.”
#6 They Even Cared For His Parents.
Not only did they cared for the suffering siul, they even cared for the elderly who were disturbed by her illness."You cared so greatly for her parents, helping them climb into the room’s awkward recliner, fetching them fresh water almost by the hour, and by answering every one of their medical questions with incredible patience. “My father-in-law, a doctor himself as you learned, felt he was involved in her care. I can’t tell you how important that was to him.”
#5 Because He Was Shattered Too..
Not only did they fostered for Laura but for Peter as well. He continued his letter saying, "Then, there was how you treated me. How would I have found the strength to have made it through that week without you? How many times did you walk into the room to find me sobbing, my head down, resting on her hand, and quietly go about your task, as if willing yourselves invisible? How many times did you help me set up the recliner as close as possible to her bedside, crawling into the mess of wires and tubes around her bed in order to swing her forward just a few feet?”
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