Canadian nurse Lissa McGowan has been working in the intensive care unit at St. Peter’s University Hospital in New Brunswick for several decades. During this time, Lissa helped save more than one patient.
Back in 1987, she nursed little David Caldwell. He was born six weeks before his due date. That’s why he ended up in the intensive care unit. After a few months, the baby recovered and the parents were allowed to take David away. At parting, the boy’s mom and dad asked Lissa to take a picture with the baby. Of course, she gladly agreed.
Thirty-three years have passed. And already David brought his wife to the same hospital where he was born. Now his baby was born prematurely. For ten whole weeks. But neither Caldwell nor McGowan recognized each other at first.
David’s wife Renata, looking through his children’s album, came across an old picture. She showed it to her husband and said that this is the same nurse who takes care of their son Zane. The man didn’t even believe it right away. But when he brought the picture and showed it to Lissa, she confirmed Renata’s assumptions.
After that, young parents have fewer fears for the baby. After all, David, thanks to the efforts of McGowan, grew up a healthy man. He, Lissa and newborn Zane decided to repeat the old picture.
According to Renata, her son is fine. He is «growing every day.» And how could it be otherwise. After all, he is protected by a real guardian angel of their family.