7 Days in The Hospital

Thank You So Much From Lawrence John..

Our life is not as joyous as we expected. Even though we gave all our very best to make our family as perfect as we wish, as happy as we planned and as exciting as our first born child.

We, parent gave our entire human being just to have a wonderful family and to protect our children from all kinds of harm.

Yet, we failed. We failed in the sense that we do not hold force of the universe . The power of nature is so unpredictable and we, the heads and the lights of the family have no control to whatever circumstances that the nature provides.

My son got sick for more than a week. As a father I did all the necessary just to comfort my son. For the past few days, my heart melted as I look into my son’s condition.

I felt the pains every time the needle punctured the soft skin of my son and it was not only once but six times.

I can see the fear of my son’s eyes every time the door sounded and opens.

huh! So difficult for a father who has a sick child.


Today, we are all happy because the battle has ended.

My son got better and I am so happy.

The doctor told us the good news. My son is no longer sick and we can go home then.

I am so thankful to all my friends and readers on this blog. Your prayers did a big help for the recovery of my son and I can not repay you more but…to say Thank you so much.

I am so glad that I am a part of this wonderful community, a golden hearted people and caring.

Thank You and God Bless You All!


36 thoughts on “7 Days in The Hospital”

  1. Very happy to hear that your son is well – few things are worse for a parent than feeling helpless when our children are ill. I remind myself, though, that as painful as these times are are , they are also the things that remind us where our true priorities lie.
    Enjoy his return home!


  2. Best news today , thank God your son is now doing well, to see our children in pain is so so hard ; now you can enjoy lots and lots of good times together as you put this episode behind you , hugs and good wishes to you all . Kathy.

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  3. Nothing is harder on a parent’s heart than to see her child suffer. It feels so hopeless, because what can we do? We can hope, we can love, we can never leave their side, that’s what.

    so glad to hear he’s recovered!

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  4. There is nothing worse than having a sick child. I understand completely – I spent many, many days and nights next to my daughter’s hospital bed when she was small, until they finally figured out what was wrong with her and got her healthy again. I would not wish that experience on any parent.


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