Haiti Update

Haiti

First, I would like to thank you all for your prayers.  If you read any of my post on the crisis in Haiti.  You’ve read that one of my clients was in Haiti at the time of the earthquake.  She is safe and back home!  I had the privilege of having her back in my salon on Saturday.  I touched a miracle!!!!

I was expecting hair shedding or loss due to the tragedy but I actually believe her hair grew.  Trust me I’m not crazy, I’m serious.  So, my goal was to make her as comfortable as possible and make sure I took extra precautions (deep conditioner).

She said the earthquake only lasted about 45seconds.  It seems so incomprehensible how that much destruction can take place in less than a minute.  She also told me about a sea that disappeared.  The water was gone!  The fish were flapping in the sea with no water.  Her story is a testimony & amp; there are thousands more out there to be told.  Before she left I gave her the biggest hug.  It’s so amazing how people impact your life.  Even in a salon there’s impact.  Would you believe she still brought me coffee back? 

Thankful

Nicole

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Nicole

Daughter of God the Father, Wife, Mother of 3, hairstylist CEO of Splitcybernality, Inc. & designer and creator of Coco Essentials (Jewelry) Statement Pieces Handcrafted, blogs about her personal life here at Help! Mama Remote…

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  1. Thanks MOTPG. I’m hoping to hear more stories of survival

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  2. I know. With all the sad news, good news gives us some hope.

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  3. Jen it really is so sad.

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  4. That is Wonderful! With so many heartbreaking stories it is very good to hear the stories of survival too. Your client was certainly blessed! When I see the news I do think the people who made it are miracles.
    .-= MOTPG´s last blog ..What Is It About My Face? =-.

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  5. Wow, how amazing! It’s good to hear good news in the midst of all the sadness.
    I had no idea the earthquake only lasted 45 seconds. The aftershocks seem just as bad.

    I often wonder how the island will be able to heal from this.

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  6. This whole thing is so sad..

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