OneSight Paraguay 2011 Begins as both teams meet up in Buenas Aries
Barry worrall says:
Hi team , hope things r going well for you. Here n southern Indiana it was 98 Degrees with an heat index of 118.
I hope it’s better there. Looking forward to your posts , keep them coming. BARRY W. aka the chabellanator
Posted on Mon Jul 11, 2011 7:52 pm EST
Andrea Speta says:
Hoffe ihr seid gut angekommen. Wünsch Euch eine tolle Zeit und macht uns keine Schande :-) !
Posted on Tue Jul 12, 2011 12:30 am EST
Michaela Svoboda says:
hallo andrea, noch sind wir am packen und fliegen erst am samstagabend. wir werden uns selbstverständlich benehmen wie sich´s gehört!hi team, I´m looking forward to see you all sunday in assuncion! hasta la vista, michaela
Posted on Tue Jul 12, 2011 9:51 am EST
Jane Doster says:
Safe travels- looking forward to updates!
Posted on Sat Jul 16, 2011 2:10 pm EST
Safe travels team. Mel miss u take care and have a Successful clinic….
Posted on Sun Jul 17, 2011 10:12 am EST
Go team paraguay!!. You are all an inspiration.
Safe travels and keep us posted !
Posted on Sun Jul 17, 2011 1:04 pm EST
patricia Mommy says:
Hi gang- family we´ve made it after 32 hours. love you.
Purchasing - Boy are we popular!!!!!!!!!!!
Posted on Sun Jul 17, 2011 7:24 pm EST
Today- Recon being done by the leadership team. We can venture from the hotel in groups of three or more. So, to the bank we go. And, then- souveniers! or toothpaste, I haven´t decided which is more important.
Posted on Mon Jul 18, 2011 8:10 am EST
David Meyer says:
Dr. Carole Gee,
Greetings from Danville, CA! Hope you got set up today and are ready to see the patients. Love, David, Alexis, Rachel, Casey, and CJ
Posted on Tue Jul 19, 2011 1:01 am EST
Andrea Speta says:
Hallo M + M !
hoffe Euer Start war gut und die Klinik steht bereit für viele Patienten. Liebe Grüße auch an Melissa! Bis bald Andrea
Best wishes for the whole team !!!!
Posted on Tue Jul 19, 2011 3:53 am EST
Nicole Forte says:
Dear Dr. Gee,
Glad to hear the team arrived safely. How many patients did you see today? How’s the food?
Keep us posted.
Posted on Tue Jul 19, 2011 3:03 pm EST
Drew Ortiz says:
It was great working with you all today. I’m glad your operations are centered in the Chaco; an often overlooked portion of Paraguay.
Posted on Tue Jul 19, 2011 5:04 pm EST
Alexandra Svoboda says:
Denk an dich, hoffe, es ist nicht zu kalt fuer deine zarten Fuesse!! Bin super stolz auf dich :-)
Wishing everyone a successful rest of the week.
Posted on Wed Jul 20, 2011 3:35 pm EST
Mafalda Pascoal says:
OLÁ NUNO, espero que tudo esteja a correr bem, que tenhas uma boa estadia e sobretudo que cresças muito a nível pessoal interiormente, porque estas missões ensinam muito a quem se embrenha de alma e coração e tu és assim, que eu sei, tens 1 grande coração e deveriam habitar neste planeta mais seres como tu. 1 grande beijo :)
Posted on Fri Jul 22, 2011 3:51 am EST
Angela Auty says:
Hope your mission is going well and every day has been an amazing experience. Want to give a big shout out to Paul Roderus, we are very proud of you and know that you are representing the AP Dept well. Hope you are having a wonderful time and look forward to hearing all about it upon your return. Take care
Posted on Mon Aug 1, 2011 1:26 pm EST
terry vermande says:
This is a story we just recieved from one of our friends we made in Paraguay. Thank You for the story.
12:37pm Aug 15
Hi everyone! Just wanted to say thank you again for everything you all did here in Paraguay! A friend and lady from my church shared this story with me yesterday and I thought it would be nice to share it with all of you.
My friend and her husband and family live in a little village on the outskirts of Filadelfia. Over the years an elderly man would come by everyweek asking for little jobs to do around the house for a little pay and food. At the beginning she would let him rake leaves underneath some big trees in their front yard. But she noticed he had missed alot a leaves and other parts completly. It was then she realized that the old mans sight was very poor. She then decided to just let him rest and have a real harty meal instead of giving him work. She realized that the old man was almost blind, only being able to make out moving objects. She felt real sorry for the man but didn’t really know what she could do for him.
Then just last week he came back again. With a huge smile on his face he very happily shared with her that he could see!! (I think he was one of the patients who got an operation) He was wearing new glasses and explained very excited that “they” (one sight) had removed something from his eyes and with the new glasses could see!!
Just another testimony of a life touched and changed by your wonderful work! Thank you so much and God bless!!
Posted on Mon Aug 15, 2011 2:13 pm EST
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