“I was like, ‘Oh my God, she’s going to get it.
It’s really bad,'” said his daughter, Marni.
“And it was so bad that she wasn’t breathing.
She wasn’t going to wake up.
It was like she was dead.
And then, just like, the doctors said, ‘You know what?
She’s going crazy.
You need to go.’
And I was like: ‘Yeah, right, I do.'”
Marni said her mother was “in shock” when she learned her daughter had the virus.
“It was just, it was really, really bad,” she said.
“I just couldn’t believe it.
I just had to do something.”
Marnis dad, Steve, said he felt like he was being pulled down a dark rabbit hole.
“He knew he needed to get involved,” Steve said.
He had been working on a movie called “Witches of the Mist” about a witch who is a close friend of a boy with the same name.
“You don’t want to go into this knowing what’s going on, you don’t know what the situation is, and that’s just a horrible feeling,” Steve added.
“If you can’t help, you’re going to go to great lengths to try to get help.
You’re going through that at some point, and if you can help, it’s the right thing to do.”
Steve said his wife had a conversation with him about how to handle the situation.
“We just had a really nice conversation about what we should do and how we’re going.
It just so happened that I’m the person who got the phone call from the doctor and she was like ‘Oh, I’m sorry, she needs to go.'”
Marge says the first thing she did after receiving the call was call her husband to ask him if he had any ideas.
“That was the first time he ever got on the phone and he was just like ‘I have no idea what to do, I don’t think I know what to say,'” she said, adding that Steve’s response was to go get a bag of ice cream.
Marge was initially hesitant about getting ice cream, but Marge, who has a very sweet disposition, said that her husband was “very encouraging.”
“I didn’ think it would be that hard,” she added.
“I just got ice cream and was like [to] go and see him,” Marge said, and then Marge went to the hospital and told her husband.
“My husband’s like ‘You gotta go.’
That’s when I just got the feeling that something wasn’t right,” Marnis said.
After the family and friends of Marniss were notified, Steve took Marniz to the ER for testing.
When the test came back positive for the virus, Marge decided that it was time for Steve to make the decision.
“Just as soon as he came out of the hospital, I was crying,” Margo said.
“[Steve] was like a little kid, and he just sat down and hugged me and said, [to me], ‘I’m gonna do what I gotta do.'”
“My daughter had to come home and she couldn’t talk,” Mabel said.
The parents both called their daughters to see if they were OK, and Marnisi said that the doctors were “so nice” and that they talked for a long time about how they had “lost a little bit of the normal.”
When Marnisa and Margo returned home, Steve told them that his daughter had been hospitalized for over a week and that she had been having a lot of “bad symptoms” and was in a lot more pain.
Marnisse, a nurse, and her husband were also surprised to learn that Marnissa had contracted the virus and had been in a coma for over two weeks.
“She’s like, [I’m] not crying, I have no problems,” Magnoli said.
Margo’s husband, who was at home at the time, told his wife that he thought she had the flu.
“She just had an open sore and a bunch of stuff in her stomach,” Maggi said.
Magnoli explained to her husband that they should go to the doctor to find out more about the virus before going to the emergency room.
When they got to the room, Margo was diagnosed with a cold-like syndrome and was hospitalized.
When Marnise came to, Magnolis husband found a letter from Steve.
“The letter said that she was really worried about her daughter,” Manny said.
“My heart just sank,” Mannicoli said, “and I was just so confused.
I didn’t know why she was concerned about her, and I just couldn’t wrap my head around it.””
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