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January 14, 2010


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It is so easy at times like this to sit back and let the world unravel before you. Sometimes though that is the only thing you can do at that moment- till the dust settles and you can see what is most needed or who most needs help. Haiti is in my thoughts and I look forward to something we can all do for them together. Even a small way to bring a little bit of comfort back to their daily lives.
Always an inspiration- thank you.


Because of your cap project, one of the first things I did when I heard the news was check to see how Cap Haitien had fared. Thank you for the connections you've created and shared. I know so many are ready to do something to help, however small.


I just can't even wrap my mind around that much death and devastation, it is so heartbreaking! I am praying and hoping to find some practical ways to help. This is so very sad.


******Looking for ways to be charitable but not sure what to do? I'm contributing 20% of my sales to help a continuing quilt project. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints is in need of quilts and I am cutting fabric squares to send to their humanitarian center for others to piece together into the quilts.****


I received my first loans when I was not very old and that aided me very much. However, I require the car loan once more time.

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I am praying and hoping to find some practical ways to help. This is so very sad.

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