17. People go through certain phases that change them forever.
And to see a person from the worse moment to their brightest is such a blessing.
You were born with an omphalocele and almost no lung capacity. NICU docs sent you home on a vent, told me you'd die when you caught your 1st cold in my office. I did home visits for a year. You're 22 now and I just saw your first baby for his newborn visit. #ShareAStoryInOneTweet
— Deborah Greenhouse (@greenhousemd) May 6, 2018
18. Special children are truly magical.
It must be a great moment to cherish forever.
My autistic son can’t understand emotions very well.
He finds it hard to judge other people & finds it almost impossible in social situations
He rarely shares emotions with anyone but I still remember and cherish the first time he said
“I love you dad” pic.twitter.com/eKI7W1kPvg
— LocalGoodCop (@LocalGoodCop) May 9, 2018
19. Doctors and patients go hand in hand through hardships.
Because no one would understand each other better.
U collapsed at work (Home Depot).. u were dead when my ambulance arrived.
I got u back. U have no idea who I am.
I visited Home Depot just to see u during my darkest hours in medical school… ur a reminder that I can do it
You saved me back. #ShareAStoryInOneTweet
— AbbersMD (@AbbersMD) May 5, 2018
20. Never take no for an answer.
He is such an inspiration.
You laid in your cage for 3 days refusing to eat. Tests weren’t giving us any answers.
I sat in your cage to do paperwork because your eyes told me you were scared and alone.
— Matt Kuhn, DVM (@MattKuhnDVM) May 7, 2018