“I will go to my grave never forgetting what you’ve done for me.” The incredibl…


“I will go to my grave never forgetting what you’ve done for me.”

The incredible moment a former teenage cancer patient reunites with the nurse who “did silly things” to get her through it. ♥️

(via BBC East Midlands)



  1. We all have the power to lift up people every day. What she did – although her job – was to extend a graciousness that builds and created positivity in Liz’s life just when Liz needed it most. Such a powerful and valuable thing to do without immediate thanks or accolades. Well done to Debbie and all the other ‘Debbies’ our there quietly encouraging and building other people up.

  2. This is the ultimate thank you to a nurse, knowing that among all the hard work, unpleasant tasks performed and heartbreaking things witnessed, you made a positive difference in someone’s life. I hope I have.

  3. Had a nurse like this, who in the middle of the night came in to check on me. I was between two surgeries and in total fear but trying to stay calm. Trauma patient. She sat there and talked to me, I have long hair, she said, ” I have kids why don’t I braid your hair.” She sat we talked, and I didn’t feel so bad. I know this feeling of gratitude to a complete stranger. This is humanity at it’s best.

  4. What can I say? If the world was filled with people as courageous as these two ladies what a wonderful world it would be! Humanity at its best for once-thank you for sharing.

  5. Very proud of my sister Debbie ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️ but also Lizzy she ( her words ) is still standing …… what a brave young 14 yrs old you were my lovely xxxxxxxx and you are still” going along well done xxxxx💋💋💋💋


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