without intimate and detailed knowledge of the grace that they
impart moment by moment. In reality, that is each one of us.
Dear EMS workers,
Hello. I am the 11-year old girl who fell from the tree,
in her backyard October 17 2014. I am writing this
letter to you because one of my neighbors had to call
you guys and while someone was there, they asked
about me. I am now 12 years old and am doing great.
Of course I am hitting puberty, so I have my emotional
troubles, but it was only a concussion that I have
suffered. I am in the 7th grade and am doing Common
Core 1 (9th grade math) and my grades are just where
I like them. I want to assure you that I am doing great.
Thank you for saving my life (maybe) and for asking
about me. I know it can be hard not knowing how the
people you save are doing due to all the patient
confidentiality and stuff. Thank you again for
wondering and I am glad that I am able to at least fill
you in. Have a wonderful Thanksgiving.
The girl who fell from the magnolia
In the gospel of Luke, I read, “Mary treasured up all
these things and pondered them in her heart.” That is how I