Today was spent in a hospital.
It was a long day.
I did not bring my camera.
I wondered if on this day, I would find my Christmas Joy?
My eldest had never had in IV before, let alone an operation.
An asian man by the name of Huan introduced himself to us.
He was going to set up her IV.
In his wonderfully accented english he asked Eldest many questions.
His voice was soft and caring.
His touch was gentle.
His eyes were kind.
She did not even feel the needle.
Today I was so thankful he decided to come from China to Toronto ten years ago.
And then even more grateful that he moved to our hometown five years later.
He made a difference in our lives.
I believe God sends you Angels when you need them.
When my eldest was waiting in the OR with a few tears filling her eyes, for reasons she didn't even understand.
I watched as her tears turned to a smile after Huan told her not to worry, as she had already been through the most difficult part of her day.
I was so very thankful and filled with Joy,
when on the tenth day of Christmas: an Angel appeared,
and his name was Huan.
Eldest had her tonsils and adenoids removed today.
She is doing very well.
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