This past year, I have witnessed something phenomenal. Something that I read about but never experienced first-hand.
It's called generosity.
Such a simple word, yet powerful. Ever since my wife was diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia in April 2011 (where she doctored at the grand Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN, and where she's still residing while she recovers from her bone marrow transplant on September 1st), I have witnessed the generosity others like I've never known it.
And tonight proved it once again. And again. And again. (and again, for near-infinity . . . )
And one day, through the will of God, I will pay it forward.
Okay, now I think I'm gonna cry.