Last Tuesday night my apartment building in downtown DC had a 3-alarm fire
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 know the drill. This Sunday morning (2am) we’re all going to fall back in time one hour. We recommend you change your smoke alarm batteries while you’re already doing the change-your-clocks chore.
We are providing tips in Haitian Creole for cholera prevention and care as well as preparedness tips for Tomas, a storm expected to make landfall in Haiti on Friday.
Now, we’d like to present the framework for a path forward. After reviewing the notes, speeches, and wiki feedback from the summit, we’ve outlined 5 areas where we can make headway over the next few months.
Gail McGovern on CNBC, social media affects reaction to Typhoon Megi, Red Cross relief efforts in Vietnam involve ox carts.
We are closely monitoring the effects of Typhoon Megi. We’re in contact with the Philippine Red Cross, and are prepared to provide assistance if requested.
Happy National Coffee Day! We’re gonna need a little extra energy and preparedness to get through this week’s deluge: