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5 days in HELL.
Posted on Saturday, July 30 2011 @ 23:14:55 PST

I once spent 5 days in hell, but my pain and suffering was nothing compared to what I heard. For 5 days I was in the Harborview Medical Center’s Burn Center in Seattle, Washington. The kids, some with burns over half their bodies, would scream and cry until they pass out, real tear your heart out sh*t, and trust me they well medicated with the strongest of painkillers too. Only two things would set them off: 1) When their bandages were changed. 2) When their mom had to leave. You can try to imagine what hell is like, but I think I got a very small taste in those 5 days. I talked to several nurses and aids who told me the that toys and video games took the kids’ minds off their suffering for awhile, and they had a Nintendo 64, a TV, and several games all rigged on a cart so they could wheel it into different rooms. Donate something to your locale Children’s Hospital or go online to childsplaycharity.org and make a donation. You might just make a kids hell a little easier to bear.

 
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