We leave our patients in stitchesPosted: November 23, 2013 Filed under: Clown Doctors, COMEDY | Tags: act like an idiot and get paid for it, Best job in the world, charity work, Clown Doctors appeal, Clown Doctors Australia, Clown Doctors on Guide To The Good LIfe, Dr Quack, giving is its own reward, Going to work is a privilege, I dress up, I love going to work, laughter is the best medicine, regular giving, silly doctors, we get more than we ever give, working for a charity is a gift 2 Comments
It’s the start of the silly season and even in the hospitals I work in with really sick kids we love to celebrate at this time of year with a party or three. We visit children who become really sad when the medical staff tell them they won’t be going home for the holidays. They’re far from family and friends and need a lift. We’re often by their bedsides with Santa, TV celebrities, sports stars and various super heroes trying to divert and distract them with songs and giggles and presents. I will never tire of making kids laugh with smiles and silliness. Every time I see a child’s sad face light up my heart sings. I am so lucky to meet these marvellous families, doing my job is a privilege that I don’t take for granted.