The One That Got Away

Today my back, shoulders and arms ache. Physical reminders of the ache in my heart after Selection Day. I posted before about trying to prepare for what the day would hold. I know now that it is a vain pursuit, nothing can prepare you. When we arrived at 6:00am daylight was just struggling to peak... Continue Reading →


"A short update on the main screening/patient selection held today (28 August) here in Pointe-Noire, Congo: 4,236 potential patients came in the main gate of the school while open from 06:24 - 18:44 With caregivers the total coming inside the compound would be over 6,000 adults and children. Hospital Director shared that 'it is beyond our expectation'. ... Continue Reading →

Get Ready. Get Set…

 Selection Day is about 32 hours away. My heart is excited to for Wednesday at 6:30am (Tuesday 10:30pm for my West Coast followers). That is when our first patient will walk through the gate and begin their registration. Followed by the next. Then the next. And so on until about 5:00pm. The number of people waiting to be seen can... Continue Reading →

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