Earthquake links

People may like to read this great article about lessons learnt after Haiti and here is one suggestion from an organisation Mal and I are consistently impressed by and trust.

We are still safe here in Birtamod. I grieve for Nepal but have a sense that while devastating, it could have been much worse.  The trip home may be…um…interesting. And when I am in Broken Hill again, forgive me if it takes a while to realise I don’t have to run from the room at the 6.45 blasts.

5 thoughts on “Earthquake links

  1. Deb Hunt

    Thanks for those links Wendy, Medecins sans Frontieres does great work, safe journey back to Broken Hill, I imagine you will find it even harder to leave that normal x

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    1. wendy Post author

      Yes Deb. There will be very mixed emotions.
      Looking forward to seeing family again though and standing on solid ground!

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  2. Deb Sims

    Please pass my love to the ladies youwill be leaving in Nepal. I know seeing their building still standing proudly must fill their hearts with joy. Have a safe trip back to Broken Hill. I will be in Santa Fe with Tory in May. Wish you could be there too! Big hugs to all at Birtamond!

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