When Alicia falls asleep in the evening or in the morning while she is still asleep, I find those short moments when I can write about her. This is how the story of my wife is created. Today the second episode.
Silently and in her own way, Alicia did a lot of different things for others. I came to the hospital to Alicia. Every day she asked me to buy something. It was weird because there were things that she does not usually eat. But when she asked for slippers not in her size, I asked for whom those things really were. And she said that is for patients who are with her and in other hospital rooms.
Half of the hospital’s wards knew her. She knew who nobody would visit, who needs something. She carefully covered other patients with blankets, washed their faces with water, helped them when they choked, vomited, and when they were depressed. It made me nervous because I wanted her to focus on herself. There are so many sick people here, she said.
“I have you, they have me,” she answered with a smile. She never had more than the others, but sharing with her people came so easily to her. Everyone told me that I have a wonderful wife. When she was leaving the hospital, the patients from her room were crying.
Once in the hospital, she reconciled conflicted family. Other patients came to the room in which she was. It quickly became clear that she helps seniors to understand the use of smartphones. She trained them on hospital beds. She adored the company of seniors, sensed their needs.
When she left home, she told me that we were taking Mrs. Ula back home because she lives alone. Alice was weak and barely stood on her feet, but nevertheless found the strength to think about others. That she taught me through our relationship.
Silently and in her own way she did a lot of different things for others, now I see how the good returns to her.
Thank you for your donations. You can help us here – www.gofundme.com/liferoralicia.
Alicia is on the edge and needs your help now. She suffers from rare diseases and is going to have life-saving surgery. We also need to raise funds for additional costs related to a neurological surgery in Spain and further medical tests for EDS, POTS and MCAS. Please, help us to Save Alicia`s Life.