It is an honest miracle to hear that the medical professionals helping Damar Hamlin were able to resuscitate him not once, but twice. From what is reported he is in stable condition and is getting great care, which for me and my family is an answered prayer.
Honestly, I watch football and write about it as a fun escape from life. This is a good reminder to us all how precious our life actually is. It is also a reminder of how we are all connected. I love seeing all the news about giving hearts, prayers, well-wishes, and hope from people who don’t even know Damar Hamlin.
Wishing Damar and his family health and peace from all of us in Broncos Country and at Mile High Report.
Also, I now know what team to cheer for this postseason given that our beloved team has fallen short of the playoffs. Go Bills!
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