The Epilogue of an 8-Year Old Girl

Albert Einstein once said: “There are only two ways to live your life. One is as if nothing is a miracle. The other is as if everything is a miracle.”

For 10 days (from December 3rd through 13th in 2010), my family lived every day as if  it were a miracle as my 8-yr old daughter, Breanna Marie fought for her life in Bed #13 at the Intensive Care Unit at Oakland Children’s Hospital.

It was sudden. It was gut-wrenching. And it kept my wife Aimee and me at her bedside for practically the entire month of December in 2010.  Now I have no idea if you knew about our predicament back in December, but I do know tens of thousands of strangers and friends and family members prayed for Bree’s recovery.

It worked!  Thank you.  Click here to experience those 10 days in December, 2010.

Whether or not YOU were one of them, I’m sure she’d appreciate reading your comments on her first blog she just published  :-)  Because as I write this blog post, I’m delighted to announce that Breanna is fully recovered and we still are a “family of four.”  I now know that my greatest challenges have the potential to become my greatest triumphs.

WHAT TO DO NOW:

Take 4 minutes and watch video on Breanna’s first website at www.BreannaThanksYou.com She is a great reader for a 2nd grader so I can assure you that she will greatly appreciate your comments.  Happy 2011!

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  2. You hit the toe nail on the point….

  3. Very nice post. It looks that most of the steps are relying on the creativity factor….

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