Mayo Clinic patient Rachel Healy says angelic voices of the Bella Voce and Bella Fiore choirs touched her heart and helped sustain her dreams. It was a surprise concert, just for her.
“I saw their little faces come in one by one, and children have always touched my heart in a special way….their little faces…were filled with love and joy,” said Healy, who has been a patient of Mayo Clinic for more than 30 years.
“Each girl got to go up and give her a hug….so it’s been very special,” said Shelly Winemiller, director of the Bella Voce Young Women’s Choir, in a story on KTTC-TV. .
Healy says she couldn’t help but cry. “I just couldn’t help the tears just flowing, and I thought, oh I hope they don’t think I’m sad. So, I tried to explain these are tears of joy, not sadness…gladness.”
Healy has spent months at Mayo Clinic, dealing with a serious health condition. Watch the story here.