Kindness is... all the people who care enough to ask how my mother is doing, whether or not they know her.
Kindness is... all the people who offer to help out with anything we may need during such a difficult time.
Kindness is... all the people who pray/daven, extend their best wishes, take on a Mitzvah or gave Tzedaka for a Refuah Sheleimah for my mother and for all the sick of Klal Yisrael.
Kindness is... all those thoughtful people who sent cards, balloons, letters and messages to boost our her spirits and ours.
Kindness is... all the people who helped out our family in other way, such as inviting us for Shabbos when we needed some company or dropping off some food when we were too tired too cook.
Kindness is... those friends who are there, there for whatever - to listen whenever we need to talk, to cheer us up during times when we're down, to just be there as a comfort, to be a necessary distraction from everything that's going on, who know when not to bother us.
Kindness is... the hospital staff who come to see how she's doing... just because they care.
It's been a rough few months for my family, with my mother being in hospital and her condition getting fairly complicated. Things have been fairly stable the last few weeks, B"H and even some noticeable improvements, however she is still in intensive care and there is a long way to go yet. I just thought I'd write a bit here as a little thank you, we appreciate everything that people have done to help us.
Please continue to say Tehilim/prayers for Gittel Chava Bat Pesia.