We sit down with American Red Cross President and CEO to discuss her experiences in Haiti over the past year.
Follow the quakes, a true first aid story, expectations, and a song.
When I woke up this morning and was thinking about blogging, I thought about Thanksgiving and how much I personally have to feel grateful for.
Spaghetti, Dick van Dyke, Foodie survival kits, cake wrecks, and a young conductor in today’s edition of What We’re Reading.
Similar Red Cross moments separated by 63 years.
Once out of the rubble, Jordanie was brought to the hospital where doctors were forced to remove his right leg. And while Jordanie never lost faith he would walk again, the leg that he has received has allowed him to get back to normal. “I can kick a soccer ball again, and walk,” he explained, “it’s a wonderful thing.”
You can hear American Red Cross worker Matt Marek discussing Haiti, cholera, Tomas, and reconstruction on NPR today.
We are extremely concerned about the potential impact of Tropical Storm Tomas.
“Your desk is some kind of protection – both symbolic and actually physical,” says design critic Alice Twemlow in this sweet little video about the role of desks in our lives.
Shake, rattle and roll with Red Cross volunteers in Los Angeles.