At the start of the new year, we like to leave the old one behind, but this year seemed to be different.
We still wear masks and are fearful of a dangerous global virus. It seems like nothing has changed.
But maybe that is a good thing, for there are so many things we take for granted and other people have to do without. We are so lucky to be able to go to the Sierra Vista Regional Medical Center if an emergency turns up unexpectedly. What would we do and where would we go, if we needed medical advice and the emergency room doors were closed to those that could not pay the bill?
How lucky are we to live in a country that shares so much of its blessings with the world around us? I hope that will never change and those dedicated medical workers and doctors that stuck with their job when the virus broke out will still be able to go on a little longer. Many thanks for being there for us when we needed you, we will never forget you or what happened in 2021 and how you did whatever you could to be there for us. Many thanks to you and the hospital you work for.
Ybi Van Ekeren