Barbara exhibited so many values and qualities to me, giving of herself, after I returned to work after being injured at work. I was in a lot of pain and she did everything possible to help me manage as we both had to push heavy equipment around our work area. I was having such difficulty due to peripheral neuropathy from the waist down, which still to this day, feels like a thousand bees are stinging me and I was wearing ice packs to work that when my boss (who knew I was in severe pain) asked me to walk around the work area - she asked him "couldn't I do that for her." She gave freely of herself - she is a breast cancer survivor, truly courageous, caring, an inspiration to all. I would have probably been totally incapacitated and in a wheelchair now, if it hadn't been for Barbara. Other kind friends went out of their way to make things easier on me as I returned back to work several times after surgeries, trying to recuperate at home, etc. and this helped immensely; however, she was EXTREMELY UPSET about how I was being treated. She is courageous with all she has been through physically and returning back to work after she recovered and I appreciate her friendship so much. Truly exhibited so many of the values listed below. Thank you and may God bless you, Barbara!
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