AFTER HOSPITAL FORCED BY COURT ORDER TO ADMINISTER IVERMECTIN TO HER DAUGHTER, THEY GIVE IT TO HER BUT SHORT OF FULL COURSE
Patient’s Mother Observes that Most Patients Survive When They Stay at Home, but Die When They Go to the Hospital
On August 5,1993, my life changed for the best. Sunshine lightened up my world providing me with joy, peace, happiness, and fulfillment. God’s grace granted me the opportunity to welcome one of the most precious gifts in the world, MOTHERHOOD! There is no greater feeling one feels when they experience bringing a human being into the world. Sharing your body and feeling someone growing inside of you. That little human being is the closest anyone will be to you, because they are so close to your heart. Every kick and every hiccup that little human made, I felt and was delighted to be experiencing such a blessing that not everyone will get. I was welcoming a beautiful baby girl named Danielle who would become my best friend and teacher. She would show me how true love felt and teach me what patience was. She would show me what true kindness was, what a true fighting warrior was and why life was so important. My name is Rebecca; I was and will always be the proud mother of a sweet, loving 28-year-old girl named Danielle. Despite my baby girl facing challenges at birth from her oxygen levels being low, she was a fighter. Watching Danielle grow, whilst discovering her own personality, she lived a strong, happy, healthy lifestyle never being hospitalized. Danielle loved to dance and would often sing “You Are My Sunshine,” which was her favorite song. I now often hear the song in my thoughts, but I can only hear Danielle singing it.