9. A tragic story becomes an inspiration for some.
When you take a past situation positively there is always a greater result awaiting.
When you died from cancer at 28, the light went out for me. You were going to change the world with your brilliance. My plans (wife, artist, mother) had to change. We were always a team, so now 11 yrs later I'm a cancer doctor… trying to change the world. #ShareAStoryInOneTweet
— Fumiko Ladd Chino (@fumikochino) May 7, 2018
10. A simple ‘Thank You’ can mean everything.
‘The Rib cracker’ – that one is going to stay for a while.
A usual Saturday morning in work. You were in for a minor op.I was with you just as you arrested. That was the day I earned the title of "The rib cracker". This is the card you sent me when you got home . A day we both will never forget. #ShareAStoryInOneTweet pic.twitter.com/dH4KAYx9aX
— Triona Murphy (@Murpht01) May 7, 2018
11. It’s all about time and patience.
After such a dark past they deserve twins more than any other couple.
You were worried because of abdominal pain. Your husband feared the worst.
You had 7 miscarriages previously.
The entire ER heard you and your husband shriek and then cry tears of joy when you heard that you were 12 weeks pregnant with twins.
we cried too😊#ShareAStoryInOneTweet
— Ł B C ² (@lbcsquared2) May 6, 2018
12. Miracles can outlive medical any day.
So good to see him running and playing soccer.
You were delivered at 26 wks+weighed 790g. Didn’t know if you would live. As a toddler, we wondered if you’d walk+talk.
Now, you’re almost six. You play soccer. We’re planning for your g tube removal.
— Rebecca Wood (@woodra) May 6, 2018