17 November 2009

It was the 20th anniversary of the breaking of the Berlin Wall recently and what it brought memories of, to me, was of the fact that it's been 20 years since my son had his spinal operation the National hospital for Neurology in Queens Square in London. He was in the hospital after his surgery and he saw it on the TV in his ward and told us about it , when we went to visit. He was 16 then. He and all of us have come a long way and I am so grateful for all the good things that have happened to him and to all of us, in the last 20 years.

10 comments:

Beks said...

hugs!

explorekids said...

May HIS blessings are always with you and your family!

Esbee said...

I'm so glad to "see you" I can't stand it.

Please post more. I miss you.

hillgrandmom said...

Beks, :-)
explorekids--thanks for the blessings.
Esbee--somehwo posts don't seem to be forming in my head too well these days *sigh*

eve's lungs said...

Huggy Sue :)

Onedia Hayes Sylvest said...

catching up on my reading list. O.

Hip Grandma said...

yes we do want to thank the Almighty for all the good he bestowed on us.What is your son doing now?Is he the one in the US of A?

hillgrandmom said...

No Padma, he lives in Chennai.

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