Saturday, January 22, 2011

Slightly Flood Related


Unbelievable. Brings tears to ones eyes. And she's in my suburb. Janet = angel.
Twitter: @JanetELeach
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34 comments:

  1. Wow A-M, there certainly are some very thoughtful and generous people out there.

    Glad to see you back posting, hope the boys (B&K) and the little boys (N&B) are doing well.

    xxx

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  2. That is truly amazing and is proof that there are great people among us. Hope you are doing well, I miss our chats but still think about you tons! Kisses to the boys. xo

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  3. What a wonderful thing to do.
    It's often the things that we take for granted that we miss first in times like these.

    To be able to have a warm shower and to keep connected to our family, friends and colleagues - so thoughtful and kind.


    Thank you for sharing A-M, I hope you're week has been brighter,

    Felicity x

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  4. There are some gret people out there :)

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  5. This is so heartwarming to see. A crisis can show us the very best that humanity has to offer.

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  6. That is the epitome of the human spirit. x

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  7. What a heart-warming image.
    A true angel.
    Take care dear A-M,
    Cxx

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  8. What a lovely gesture. Sometimes it's the little things that make all the difference.

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  9. Good people still out there, beautiful to see!
    Maureen

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  10. really beautiful to see. wishing we were a bit closer to help also!

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  11. love it when we get to use our human qualities to remember what the important things are in life. :)

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  12. What a generous spirit Janet has! Can one go every day until that slow boat arrives???

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  13. I know Janet, and this doesn't surprise me. Good on you for letting others know what I know - she's tops.

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  14. Oh A-M... not just tears.. but that wobbly feeling in the tummy.... Hope things are getting better for you.. love that shot of the boys in your sidebar... beautiful.. ciao xxx Julie

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  15. This is so great! So great to see there are still people like this!
    Bye,
    Marian

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  16. What a legend. So heart-warming, A-M. J x

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  17. Such generosity. Brought tears to my eyes as well.

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  18. That is just awesomeness. Wonderful that there are still people like that in the world.

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  19. Unbelievably amazing!!!!! Some people are just truly wonderful :)

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  20. Thats just fantastic just goes to show we have some great people amongst us that are trully angels! And I am sure the stories & kindness will keep coming for many more days Hope you go for that offer of a warm shower x

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  21. It's heartbreaking to read about the devastation of your hometown. We went through a similar experience, losing our family room and office as we got 8" of flooding (and sewage) in our home last summer. Glad you and yours are well. Love this post. It is always great so see when the best in people comes out under such circumstances.

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  22. That is just soooo cool. I'm not sure we would see that here in the states. But maybe so. Prayers of blessing to these people!

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  23. I am blown away by the kindness to strangers some people show. How lovely x

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  24. The photo brought tears to my eyes - totally heartwarming at how kind these people are!

    Hope you are doing better too!

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  25. It's things like this that reaffirm my faith in humanity.

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  26. OMG...what an angel, they come in all kinds of disguises...and just when you need them!!

    Wishing you and your boys all the best A-M, hope the "camping out" at home is brief honey xx

    Sending you the luck of the Irish (cause I do believe you need some!!)
    Mrs C xx

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  27. You are a creative gal and I sure you will come up with some amazing ideas to action your "at home" camping week. I chuckle because the thing many people do for fun isn't when we do it out of necessity. But your boys seem to need the comfort of their familiar space. It will be fine, and God willing, the electricity will be on soon! Have a great week! Good thoughts come your way.

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  28. I love how trying times brings out the good in people and actually brings neighbours together. I just read all about your camping out and am very impressed. Somehow cold showers seem much worse at home than when you are at the beach or campground. It will be a few weeks your boys will never forget.

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  29. What an amazing family/woman to do that for her neighbours. Tears as I read the signs.

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