Little Things Make Big Memories

We recently celebrated Mother’s Day for our Senior patients. We wanted not only to thank them for entrusting us to take care of their health, but also to offer them a nice evening, a moment of happiness and joy that sometimes is difficult to have in the middle of the crazy routines we all are immersed on.

We spend weeks planning every detail to make of this one, a beautiful event. The idea was to show our appreciation and love with little things that together would make a great memory for all of us.

Well, we ended up receiving the presents and the gifts, because every single person who attended our Mother’s Day Celebration brought a big smile, the best attitude and the lovely intention to spend a couple of hours with us. They gave us the gift of their presence and their joy…they made our day!

Sometimes is difficult to appreciate little things that can make a big difference in someone’s life. We take for granted moments, people, situations and feelings, and reality is that we don’t even take the time to enjoy those things, but our wonderful guests at this beautiful celebration knew exactly why they were there. They were excited about the music, a simple balloon ripped the smile out of some of them, some muffins and pastries made them happy, and you can’t imagine how long the line was for a massage!

They probably have all that at home, or they could if they would want to, but what we realized is that all together, at the same time, in the same space, was what made the magic.

Hopefully new friendships arose from that event, and some stress was liberated, or maybe someone forgot a problem at least for those hours. If we accomplished at least one of those things, we can say we did good! To all the patients, their relatives and friends who brought them, to the new faces that visited us for the first time, and to all our great staff, Thank You! One more time, we confirmed that we are serving a great community!.

 

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