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An Inspiration

dilaurodilauro ConnecticutPosts: 11,348
edited 06/11/2012 - 7:23 AM in Matters of the Heart
Last night my wife and I went to a Peter Paul and Mary concert in Hartford, CT.

Mary has had a number of serious medical problems the past year and most recently has been under the care of my wife in the pulmonary area.

The concert was almost 2 hours long and was filled with music, stories, and laughter. They all have aged, but their
songs, the words and their spirit was just as high as it was during the '60s

But one of the most amazing things to me, was to see Mary on stage, knowing that she has trouble walking, breathing, etc.
She openly told the audience about her medical problems and that the fact that she was using oxygen, connected to her nose with a tube that went to tank off stage.

To see someone who really has serious medical problems step up and participate in something that they love and believe in. To me that is Courage.

I got to meet her backstage and all I can say is she is one remarkable women.

Ron DiLauro Veritas-Health Forums Manager
I am not a medical professional. I comment on personal experiences
You can email me at: rdilauro@veritashealth.com
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Comments

  • is an awesome story , thank you for sharing Papa.... =D>
  • thanks for sharing that ron. btw during my recovery i didnt sleep much and what comforted me was listing to the oldies xm on directv - 60's on 6 and 50's on 5. that is as far back as i go. u are right that mary is quite remarkable, kudos for u ron. thank u.
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  • Where Have All The Flowers Gone

    It's sad to hear of her medical problems.Glad that you had the chance to meet her and she was able to perform.
  • Thank you for sharing this Ron.
    It really makes you stop and think
    Patsy
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  • "Long time passing" what good memories that brings up! Jenny :)
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