Cystic fibrosis patient uses Adele lyrics to inspire community from hospital window

One young woman in Cleveland, Ohio is fighting to stay alive every day, and now she’s giving her take on one of Adele’s hit songs.

She said she’s trying to bring inspiration to the community from right outside her hospital room window.

Vicki Robinson, 27, was diagnosed with cystic fibrosis when she was eight.

"I live a life in and out of the hospital," Robinson said.

With clogged up and restricted lungs, breathing through another day makes it a good day.

She has been on a lung and liver transplant list for a year now.

"I just live as I go, I can’t give up," Robinson said.

While she wasn’t giving up, she hung up lyrics from Adele’s hit song “Hello”.

That prompted two women from Case Western Reserve Biology Department across the street to shout the next verse, silently from their little window on the world.

"And we see a bunch of faces waving back at us so that really made our day," Binh To-Thorne said.

On Wednesday, they met face-to-face.

Now they go way back, to that hospital window where an amazingly resilient young lady waiting on lungs and a liver found her heart full.

"It’s like a big hug," Robinson said.

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