Don't Curse the Nurse!

Sharing support with stories & humor

Not in Kansas, In Orlando

on April 8, 2014

Image   I met a real Tin Man.

 He had a heart to start with, but it stopped working. He wasn’t even 35.

 For a short while he had a pump hooked up to him that pushed his blood through all the chambers.

 Then he got a new heart. The Wizard of Oz didn’t give it to him.

 My Tin Man has requested to meet the family that nurtured his gifted heart.

 He’s told me this story with amazing modesty.

 I’ve been given permission to write about it if I want.

 I think he needs to tell the story.

 This is what I can tell you:

 Be a donor.

 

 

 

 


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