Transcript for Ebola Patient Grateful After Surviving 'a Lonely Place'
Is that this silver lining in in this this challenge that you faced in your life. -- -- could I think so yeah I think it could be I think I mean it's not it's not. It's not about us now you know it's not about us. I don't think it's the end of this story. Either you know I don't know you know who knows what else will come out -- this. And who knows what medical developments even can be further known and come. Until light out of all -- it. -- Peterson meaning things didn't use them. Are able to me. To go forward plan. I'd like he did think for a minute. That. When you when you -- second. Give me one word. To describe how you felt that. It's a really lonely. Place to me. When you -- -- not. Able to be when people that you love to be able to attached it's your husband or to be able to reach out here. Your children -- and com. I just -- and as I watched patients. Die I thought. It is at a very very lonely place to be seen their family is not -- them most of the time. Are any of the time come. At a time when they need the most yes exactly. So I would take its lonely. -- better word to describe. In its rightful. Just. Grateful. To -- I am so thankful. For his mercy in his grace and on my goodness. I just can't tell you. How much but I am. Thankful. For what Pakistan. In our lives and -- -- down. It's been an amazing. Amazing journey.
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