We’ve all had those times when we’ve been under the weather. Whether it’s a migraine headache, an infected foot from that nail you stepped on, tonsillitis, stitches for a gash in your arm, a hip replacement, wisdom teeth removal, or just the common cold, we all experience times when we’re just not up to the daily grind.
When illness sets in, we can barely muster the strength to get dressed and traipse to the closet for a fresh box of tissues or even change the channels on the TV; that’s when friends and family step in to help.
They do all of those things we just can’t manage: shopping for juice and medicine, cooking chicken soup, holding your hand in the emergency room, helping you use the new crutches, giving you a bath, picking up your mail, watching bad TV and laughing with you, and waiting for you when you come out of the recovery room. They help us take care of business when we can’t quite manage it ourselves. Without them, our lives would fall into total disarray; with them, we can concentrate on healing.
So, when your family and friends offer to help the next time you’re sick, just say, “Thanks, that would be
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