February 25, 2011

Things to be thankful for

We have been thankful all week. We are alive and free and not trapped in rubble. Our house survived. We have gas and we can feast on the freezer without guilt. The water is back on and we can boil it. We are adapting to life without power. We have petrol for the car and can visit friends to charge phone and relax. We are on holiday as we work in the cordon. We still have jobs. The frequent aftershocks are manageable. We are supporting the family through fear and stress. We are grateful for the support of the world and experts here. And yes, Jaz is going home. :)
Xx

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10 comments:

  1. Glad you are managing. It is a lot to be thankful for.
    Keep strong.
    Maggie X

    Nuts in May

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  2. So glad you and your family are well Fi. Thankyou for your comment yesterday. feeling much more energetic today. So glad to hear good news about Jaz too :)

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  3. Saw you on aim's blog. Thank goodness you are safe. We have been watching the news from here. So awful.

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  4. So glad for your updates and to hear the hope in your words, too.

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  5. I am thankful that you are safe too Fi. xxxxx

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  6. Very pleased you and the family are OK and your house is not damaged. Take care ~ Eddie

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  7. i am relieved to know this. i have been thinking of you and kirst when i saw about it in the news. is she fine too?
    hugs,
    xoxoxo

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  8. Fi! I had NO idea you live in ChristChurch! How did I not know that?! I am soooo grateful that you are okay! So sorry I did not realize. So yes - I have 3 friends in New Zealand that I am thinking about.

    xoxoxoxo

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  9. ...AND we are so thankful that you are safe too! There are folk all over the world who have you and your fellow-countryfolk in their hearts and prayers.
    Sending lotsaluv
    MAXMOM IN SOUTH AFRICA

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  10. yes - Kirst is fine Odette - well she has power and water and a roof. The emotion and fear and stress are taking their toll though - there are many difficult days of uncertainty ahead for everyone.
    The releif of being safe is being replaced with many emotions and mrning now.

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