Learning To Live One Day At A Time
Six-Word Memoirs from July 2021
We spent an enormous chunk of our time going in and out of the hospital in July. The emergency ward is never the most conducive place for any patient, but it’s a necessarily critical one. We must make sure that there’s no immediate threat to life. The regular ward was quite helpful during the interim because we could time our visits. The isolation ward was another level of round-the-clock care.
The chapel was a quiet space where one could find refuge. I walked through the multi-faith space…