Widowers, Shunts in Vietnam and Doing Enough.

Since I started blogging myself, I have started reading and following some blogs that I enjoy very much. Some are amusing, some factual and some that I just relate to for one reason or another. Some of them are written beautifully but the subject is sad. Sometimes I come across blogs that are absorbing to read, but that I wish for the writers sake didn’t exist.

One of these is www.lifeasawidower.com Beautifully written, heartbreakingly sad, touchingly real, courageous, therapeutic, and one of those that make you feel for the writer (and everyone else involved).

Some bloggers/blogs just astound me in what they achieve. Some chart the struggles that individuals have in the most amazing way and yet share so much. The one below was shared on a fellow bloggers blog and blew my mind when I read it today.

19 Brain Surgeries + A Plan = Hope in Vietnam.

There are a great many people who despite the adversity that they are facing – are doing more than enough, more than their share against the odds, against the grain and against all that seems fair. Some go WAY over and above and the least we can do is share the effort in support. Lets all make sure that in one way or another we are doing enough – or doing something to contribute to helping something or someone every day.

Remember, the smallest things, the smallest niceties, the smallest gestures and small kind efforts can make a big difference to the person on the receiving end. Just a smile can brighten someones day.

So, just as a little start, I am sending everyone that is reading this blog a big smile and a wish for a happy day today 🙂

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One Response to Widowers, Shunts in Vietnam and Doing Enough.

  1. ceejayblue says:

    I’ll definitely have a look at those blogs later Kelly. I’ve not been keeping my blog up to date lately and I think I’m really going to have to start again and make sure that I do it regularly. There are some truly amazing blogs out there and they certainly enrich our lives and help us understand so much more about life in other countries, arts and crafts, human rights everything in fact.

    Sending a big smile back to you too Kelly from sunny Erith, Kent. xxx

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