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Alan and Emilie, you have a story of true love, of looking for someone until you find them without caring for the cost.Emilie's mom, I only hope that I can be such a lover of my three grown children as you are. I think it was just the love that Alan had for Emilie.My grandfather was given a choice, to continue with her in a coma, she couldn't be moved to a larger town, a better hospital she was not stable.They told him he could continue on with little hope, or take the machine off and when she had another attack let her die. those 10 days I spent in the hospital i never left.But when they made the decision, i went back to home, in her bedroom near the bathroom on the floor with the light on, working on a model as I had just started architecture school. She died and I lost my mother 36 years ago and a trigger like a white lily, crossing paths with this story somehow a bridge of love perhaps, a message for my heart today. I am so glad to know that even in the darkest depths, we can still find each other, and in your case come back.I was sitting here tearing at my hair and going SOMEONE TALK TO HER LIKE HELEN KELLER!So many years later, I too am intrigued to find sheer joy and hope with a follow up.This caught me today after I had a trigger of memory deep in my heart to a lily, as smell brought me right back to being a little girl in southern Louisiana, and how my grandmother had white lillies outside the door.
With so many negative influences on children in modern society, it would be great if Radio Lab could work harder at being a positive influence. Thank you for sharing and making it possible for us all to have hope and to try with our deepest knowing that there's always one more thing to try when we have almost given up hope.
10 days I stayed looking from outside through the glass to her room, and upon one visit they allowed for short times, I was standing looking down at the pump lifting her lungs, taking in the smells, and the color of her skin, and she lifted her right arm.