This week has been tough. Maybe the toughest in the long, drawn-out battle against Ebola in West Africa.
Cases are rising at an exponential rate. Families don’t have any place to take sick loved ones. And researchers now say the epidemic could last for a 1 1/2 years.
But then at 4:30 p.m. on Friday, a little nugget of joy and hope came through my email: a 55-second video of Mamadee dancing (and dancing quite well).
The 11-year-old boy had to stay in isolation for more than two weeks. And he lost his sister to Ebola during that time.
But he never stopped dancing.
Video Credit: Doctors Without Borders/MSF-USA/YouTube
Passengers pay for their travel in exchange for plastic bottles!
sometimes you gotta find your own source of entertainment!
Belated shark week doodle <3
A three-months pregnant woman slips into a coma. She wakes up six months later...
- <p dir=ltr> Woman: Doctor, where is my baby? Is it okay?<br>
- Doctor: You had twins, a girl and a boy! They're great. Luckily your brother was here when they were born and he named them for you.<br>
- Woman: Oh god, my brother's an idiot... Ugh, what did he name the girl?<br>
- Doctor: Denise.<br>
- Woman: Oh that's not so bad. What'd he name the boy?<br>
- Doctor: Denephew.</p>