LIKE HIS HALLMATES IN THE ONCOLOGY WING.
TEN YEAR OLD JOSH WIGEN HAS BEEN KEEPING AN EYE ON
COWLEY PARK ALL WEEK.
big cranes, putting people in the air and stringing
lights in the trees :5W8 22
EAGERLY AWAITING THE FIRST SIGNS OF THE CHRISTMAS
he's been watching this all week just all week and
nobody wants to be in the hospital period, espeically
during the holidays :8W9 22
TONIGHT, THE EXTREME TEAM BROUGHT THE HOLIDAYS TO
THE SKY LIT UP WITH COLORS AND DECORATIONS.
JUST OUTSIDE THEIR WINDOW.
JUST LIKE HOME.
one of the things that our kids miss the most about
the holidays is decorating and the lights and driving
around and seeing lights around town and so this brings
that to them :7W11 22
awesome! look mom the river is lit up! wow.
JOSH'S FAVORITE PART?
hmmm how the colors just mesh together, and they make
it look cool.
HE'S ONE OF MANY CHILDREN THESE LIGHTS SHINE FOR.
i just had a patient today and he came in and said
can i have a room by the lights :5W14 22
look at that tree right there! they're all so coolW15
DURING A SEASON THAT'S MADE FOR COMING TOGETHER.
IT CAN BE HEARTBREAKING TO BE STUCK, APART.
youre away from family, and then the realism that
what youre going through it real your life is down
a different path than you thought it was going to
be :12W16 24
IT'S WHY THE LIGHTS IN COWLEY PARK MEAN MORE THAN
HOLIDAY SPIRIT TO THESE FAMILIES.
in the darkness, there's light, and exactly what we
have here, and the dark park and the light and the
inner spirit, josh really impraces courage hope and
strength and that's the lights do :15W17 24