Hop, Jim along
Everyone's eyes were on Bob, playing the spoons. One of the daughters pulled a camera from her purse and began snapping pictures. The sons sat forward on their chairs; their faces softened, their shoulders relaxed. I felt the heavy atmosphere begin to dissipate.
Bob was so alive in this moment, but there were rules, guidelines about sharing instruments with patients. What should I do?
What would YOU do? Please share below.
6/11/2015 01:42:12 am
I hope they allowed him to have the spoons! And that he tapped out a lively beat!
6/11/2015 02:24:55 am
Sometimes, ya just gotta break the rules and go outside the box. It's called RISK.
6/11/2015 03:05:32 am
In a joyful spirit,break the rule.
6/11/2015 07:03:08 am
6/11/2015 08:02:39 am
There are times that one should bend the rules a bit;
6/11/2015 10:11:48 am
7/6/2015 02:39:44 pm
I had to look up what a limberjack was! I know in the moment its our first response ( to allow him to play it) and as long as it can be cleaned..what a wonderful memory for his family and the host of memories it brought back to them of earlier times hearing him play
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