the very full bus after pickup at the airport
Zion and I were blessed to be a part of the largest and most diverse (amount of states involved) medical team.
This has nothing to do with Kids Konnect, Zion just wanted a pic of her helping carry groceries
Of course it threw a wrench in my "plans" as I know what to do in the triage area. I realized that there were enough qualified nurses. I ended up being more of a circulatory person. I had the privilege of to interpreting, give out instructions in the pharmacy, and just go where the need was. One thing they changed this time that I really valued was having a constant prayer person. I had the privilege of doing this several times throughout the 3 days.
The table set up for triage
I was asked to help find a plan for a family. I talked with Dr Ed because I was certain that the issue had been addressed with the family in the past. I felt like it was non-compliance. He gave me a gentle reminder that has stuck with me. He said sometimes people are just trying to make it through the day. They can't add one more thing.
Zion found this guy on the toilet paper
Although I can't say I was in their particular situation, I have felt like I am just trying to slog through my day. Honestly I know that my situations have probably been easier.
The lovely view from St Augustine school
While in the pharmacy, I explained over and over to patients that it is very important for to take all of the antibiotics. One shouldn't stop when they feel better. Yet I have done that with my own children. (out of forgetfulness, not because they felt better). We don't know where someone has been or what their current journey is.
Zion helps set up the tables for triage
It was also a reminder to me today as I read Liturgy of the Ordinary. This week the focus is on work. You could be in Belize doing wash, or in the US. (or have one of many other important jobs). We are called to bring Him with us. To allow him to work through us, to find a place with Him in our daily tasks.
Sherri reads to the kids
Zion takes a turn reading
May you be spurred on towards holiness in the everyday tasks of your lives,
“It is inbred in us that we have to do exceptional things for God: but we have not. We have to be exceptional in the ordinary things, to be holy in mean streets, among mean people, and this is not learned in five minutes”
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