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Friday, January 15, 2010

Documenting...

As word kept coming that our loved ones were ok, I decided it was ok to pull out the camera and start documenting. I know a lot of the team members won't believe all that has happened in our small town. Brad's sister texted last night and said a news station was coming to the house in a few minutes and that she and her dad would like for the girls and me to come over(Brad was still working). I threw the girls shoes and coats on, gave them a quick glance to make sure they looked camera worthy(believe it or not I am a very shy person, so I REALLY didn't want to be on TV, but desperate times call for desperate measures, so I didn't know what to expect). We were walking out the door and I smelled "poo". *Sigh* Mel went number 2, so I ran back to her room, changed her, in what was probably record time, and we were out the door. Once, I walked in the garage , I happened to look down and realized, I had my slippers on! Once again, didn't want to be on TV, but you never know. I ran back in the house put on some shoes and we were on our way! FINALLY!
I pulled in the driveway to see this...
And reporter and camera man in my in-laws home. I thought to myself, "Colleen is not going to believe this. I am sooo glad I am taking pix!:0)

This was the first interview when we hadn't heard anything....






Finding the perfect picture of Colleen...










Once we found word that the Haitian student had found our group, word spread SO fast. Within, literally, 5 seconds of finding this info out ourselves, I had people texting me wanting to know if it was true. The reporter called Tom and wanted to know if he could come back for a second interview. Tom agreed and here they are doing the second interview...
By the way, I did not have to be interviewed. Yay for me!! The quality of these pix isn't the best(kind of dark), but I didn't want to use my flash and disrupt their lighting.






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