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Chief Wiggles is trying to arrange for an Iraqi girl to come to the US for surgery. He's trying to figure out how he can do this (via Dean Esmay).
UPDATE: There is a physician in the comments to Chief Wiggles post that is offering to take the case. I hope things pan out.
September 09, 2004 | Permalink
I saw this post yesterday and emailed it to Nick. Nick's now posted on it - and so have I, and I've donated. See how blogging makes a difference? Super news about a specialist offering to take care of the baby. Chief Wiggles sounds like a really neat guy. Love his name. Heh. Thanks for posting on it Madhu. It's lashing down with rain here at the moment. Wonder if that means it's the same where you are. Right now I am looking at a grey green choppy sea. Rain is beating against the windows like on a ship. Lamps and fire is on. We are all cosy. See you later.
September 12, 2004 at 12:38 PM
Thanks a million Ingrid. I am very happy there is a physician willing to take her.
"Rain lashing down." What a picture you paint with words. It sounds lovely (I just love a good storm). It is clear and dry and sunny and warm today. Perfect weather. Unfortunately, I am working (ha!) on a talk. No worries, after my talk I've got some smooth sailing at work and a vacation. Yeah!
September 12, 2004 at 05:14 PM
Wow, I'm amazed at the response we have received.
I hope you will continue to follow Operation Give and Chief Wiggles. The head of Operation Give in Iraq is Dr. Eaman, member of the Ministry of Health in Iraq. She has asked that we help the children of Iraq medically; how could we refuse? This little girl has been a trial, so to say, to see if we can get the support needed to help children in Iraq medically. So far it has been a huge success.
Soon, we will be profiling more children in need and hope that people like you will continue to respond.
Thanks so much.
September 12, 2004 at 11:32 PM
Most happy to respond and will continue to link to the Chief Wiggles site. I hope through your efforts more children will be helped. How wonderful.
September 16, 2004 at 09:48 PM
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