[at-l] surprise email
codycodygirl at gmail.com
Mon Jan 25 06:36:18 CST 2010
The situation in Haiti is so heart wrenching, I'm glad your sister is able
to help directly. Yay for her, and a special yay for stepping out of her
comfort zone. Like others here, I've decided the best I can do is
contribute to the Red Cross. The people there are going to need a lot of
help for a long long time.
Thanks for sharing this with us Rock Dancer
On Sun, Jan 24, 2010 at 10:58 PM, RockDancer <rockdancer97 at comcast.net>wrote:
> I was surprised, tonight, to get an email from my sister saying she's been
> in Haiti since yesterday morning. After 2 days of doing surgery duty
> (assisting) she's excited and horrified at what she is dealing with. I
> expect she'll be returning in about a week.
> Good for my sister, for stepping outside her comfort zone! She's never seen
> poverty, or misery or dealt with more than incidental discomforts that were
> transitory. If she had let me know I may have offered some camping gear to
> help with those issues but I imagine the crew are being cared for pretty
> She's already seen a number of crush injuries, assisted with a lot of
> amputations. One comment she made: the relatives of the patients are coming
> to the facility with food for the patient. Seems like the family members are
> responsible in some way for their care and feeding. Many are small children.
> I thought the list might like to know about this. For me it makes what's
> happening in Haiti a lot more personal.
> Arthur Gaudet
> Lowell, MA
> Rockdancer97 at comcast.net
> "The vessel with the pestle has the brew that is true."
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