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Domestic Goddess: Pollock Fillets seasoned with Mrs. Dash Lemon Pepper, Bush's Best Brown Sugar Hickory Baked Beans, Green Grapes and Chocolate Chip Cookies that my husband prepared.  Sorry about the previous type error with my last post.


Prayers for the Turkey and Syria earthquake victims and survivors..

Started by Vanilla-Jackie, February 09, 2023, 02:53:12 AM

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It tugs at the heartstrings on the faces of the rescue men when they pull a child out alive...I saw the footage of a little girl that the men pulled out after being buried alive with the biggest smile any child could ever give them...God Bless her...miracles DO happen amongst devastation


Jackie, it was very thoughtful of you to post a message about the devastating earthquakes in Turkey and Syria.  I've also been watching the news, and I'm so impressed with the ongoing rescue efforts.   It's like watching a miracle happen, every time a child or baby is rescued alive from the rubble.  The baby girl who was born beneath the ruins, was/is a sad but amazing story.  Hoping and praying that she will be adopted by a loving family, and have a good life.       


A little boy also was pulled out smiling and wanting to play with his rescuers, just the excitement on those rescuers faces and kisses they were giving the little boy, said volumes, no need for words...