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So this happened…

June 03, 20221 min read

My grandson’s soccer game had just ended and I started to get out of my ‘soccer’ chair. As I tried, I fell back and hit my head on the metal part of another person’s chair. Chaos ensued. I had a gash in my head and (not to be gory but…) the blood would not stop. Wonderful people all around me started putting whatever they had handy on my head to stop the flow. God bless them.

Sometimes we really don’t know how good people are. We sit by them at games, church, meetings, etc. and until something unexpected happens we don’t know how kind they can be.

My husband took me to acute care, and I had 6 staples to close the gash. This was not an experience I would recommend! But again, the kindness of the nurse and doctor was over the top.

What if we showed our kindness and caring without something drastic having to happen?

What can you do today to show you care?!

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Elizabeth Hagen

Elizabeth Hagen is not your “typical” midwestern speaker and storyteller. Her spunky personality and cheerful soul make her ability to connect with others irresistible. As she likes to put it, she got it from her mama. Her passion is contagious when she’s doing what she does best, speaking and teaching self-worth and confidence from the point of view of a survivor. Elizabeth always made sure to visit her mom, who was in hospice care, at least twice a week. While driving to visit her one afternoon, Elizabeth was in a head-on collision that put her in the hospital trauma unit for seven days. As traumatizing as this was, Elizabeth describes those seven days as a blessing. Despite her injuries, she had never been so peaceful, calm, and content. She knew that everything was going to be okay and understood she needed this time to fully comprehend her need to slow down. Today, Elizabeth is able to fully understand...

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