Dayton

It’s been a trying few days getting temporary solutions in place for the nursing and adminstrative staff at my Vandallia facility. Listening to tear filled accounts from staff members who “simply had to come to work” because they couldn’t deal with the devastation at home has been far worse than dealing with any piece of hardware.

But to see the truckloads of donations (water and other supplies) pouring in throughout each day reminds me of God’s grace and provision, and that regardless of the daily onslaught of negativity thrown at us from nearly everywhere we look, there trully is love, compassion, and beauty in the world.

The facility does not need these donations. Rather, it serves as a drop off point for groups such as The Red Cross.

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