We needed to hear some good news from Haiti. Kiki's survival story is a bright spot in a dismal scene.
In other good news, they have one area of a port up & running, although there was damage, they patched it & can allow one transport vehicle at a time, but bringing relief supplies- medical, water, & food , would move much quicker via water & free up the log jam @ the airport.
Another good news item a huge US Military medical ship-- a floating hospital arrived-- it has state of the art medical facilities, , and is a fully equipped with 8 operating rooms, and all the medical equipment & medical staff they so desperately need.
One more layer of good news-- my employer doubled their Haiti Relief donation to $2 million dollars.
Here is a link to some of the amazing kind of stuff going on in Haiti as well.
Imagine an employee calling in to work saying, I am in a disaster zone, I refuse to leave, and getting permission to buy a water truck to distribute water (photos included scroll down).
It's easy to feel overwhelmed & depressed about the Haiti situation, but these glimmers of hope- a rescue many days later, outpouring of relief efforts, more flow of all the help that is needed, and some in the trenches efforts to help on so many levels makes me see the good in humanity.