On the back of my husband's physiotherapist's T-shirt
June 1st is City Daily Photo Theme Day and this month's challenge is ZEST.
Few people have more ZEST than my husband's physiotherapists. They take their jobs seriously but have fun doing it.
Did you know that May was Physiotherapy Month? I probably wouldn't know either if my husband were not still a patient at Southlake Hospital in Newmarket. Last week the physiotherapists there celebrated with an open house in the third-floor gym, inviting hospital workers and visitors to check out what they do.
I won't show you photos of the patients but here are some visitors:
Invited to swim at the open house
The hospital pool was part of the open house too. At the shallow end, nine rubber duckies and one rubber frog were allowed to float in a small roped-in area. How could you NOT feel happy seeing these enthusiastic swimmers?
I am linking to City Daily Photo Theme Days HERE
aww. i love the duckie pool! :) bless all those who work hard at helping others get strong again!
A great post, EG. I admire your ability to find good images for a challenging theme right at the hospital! You are a zesty winner!
One has to have a zest for helping others as a therapist. You too young lady. MB
I love it!
A colourful and vibrant image, EG.
Love the rubber duckie image!
Because of some kind people, our life become better.
It takes a lot of zest to go through months of physio with determination and a great physiotherapist, one that helps people to stay focused and makes them smile is very zestful indeed.
As our daughter is a physical therapist (in Virginia), I do applaud your salute to those professionals. I hope they are working their magic on your husband and he will be going home soon.
Physiotherapists can make all the difference in a persons life EG.. lovely tribute to those zesty healing hands :) Hope Mr EG is on the mend!
OMG; what sweet guests they are at the pool♡♡♡ I've experienced my late three immediate family had been under warm care of medical staffs. Physiotherapists must have an very important part in the field☆☆☆
Sending Lots of Love and Hugs from Japan, xoxo Miyako*
a good unusual choice for the theme
I wasn't able to photograph him, but if I had been able to, the dog I saw yesterday dashing along the banks of a river would have been my contribution. I like the "one rubber frog", too. :-)
the duckies are adorable and yes they make me smile and feel happy... they are swimming with ZEST
I really hope your hubby is improving and will be back home soon.
That little frog looks a bit outnumbered..LOL. I hope your dh gets to come home soon!
terrific interpretation & photo!
I'm glad there is an official looking duck to take care of any duck hanky panky in the pool.
Looool, the second shot just cracked me up and the first one is perfect for me at the moment!
Perfect for 'zest'. Cute shot of the little duckies.
Good one, EG! I hope your husband will soon be home with you.
They are so cute! My little grandson would be all over those duckies.
It is so wonderful to have people able and willing to help ... some hospital works seem to have lost their zest. Love the rubber duckies! I knew the fellow who wrote the song, "Rubber Ducky."
That sure is zestful enthusiasm. Love the rubber duckies in the pool.
Cute rubber duckie shot! How can you not smile?
Really awesome interpretation of the theme!
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I know physiotherapists are full of zest, there's no way they could do their jobs without it! Great to hear that your husband is working with good people. And I love your take on zest - those duckies are cute! :)
Sounds like he is in wonderful hands. Love the pool friends. Hug B
Great post. I hope your husband is on the road to recovery. Glad he has an enthusiastic physiotherapist.
All I can say is thank goodness for therapist!
I was hoping to hear that your husband had got to come home.
I LOVE the rubber ducks!
This is a wonderful post with a super message! Love the t-shirt and those ducks......they are darling and the frog too :).
What a great post. Love the little duckies!
My Dad has had lots of experience with physical therapists, and my youngest sister just started her Masters program to study PT
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