Hey Reggie,You most definitely can share this with Lou. If you put it up as part of your blog I’ll be able to answer directly on that.
We do hear gunfire everyday and bombs explosions 3 – 4 times a week. The gunfire I think is from the practice range, but the major explosions I have yet to figure out if they are incoming or outgoing, probably both.
When I originally applied for this job a lot of people ask me why I would want to work in war zones…….I never really told them why but I will tell you why. Continue reading A MESSAGE FROM A FRIEND WHO IS NOW IN IRAQ
I wanted to let you know we are home from a TERRIFIC weekend at a
wonderful place called CAMP FOR ALL, In Burton Texas. It is an amazing place for persons with disabilities. I would give this place a five star rating. A big thank you to the kind staff. It was my first time and will NOT be my last time. Looking forward to next year. I also want to thank the Texas Neurofibromatosis Foundation for Helping my family to be a part in the Fun. 🙂 Let spread the word and try to have more campers next year. I hope you will join us next year. You will love it. PHOTOS
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Hi Reggie. I am 23 years old and currently living in Japan. Today
was the first time I had ever seen a woman with NF. I was getting
ready to order food from McDonalds, and I noticed that the woman
in front of me. From behind, I hadn’t there was nothing out of the
ordinary, but I soon noticed her enlarged bottom lip and a bit of
sagging to only one side of her face. It was very intriquing to me
and I instantly became very interested to learn more. I was, as
I’m sure most people are, too nervous to “just ask”, as well as
ask in JAPANESE which is my SECOND language and I did not want
anything to get lost in translation. Continue reading Questions from Naomi in Japan