Day 22    I Just Want My Normal Life Back

Residents from Sderot were given the opportunity to leave town for what the mayor’s office called a “time to refresh”.  The thing is, it has become anything other than a time of refreshing. Over crowded hotels with scared people, not knowing what tomorrow will bring for them, where they will.
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Day 20 26 Oct 2023

     This week, we have distributed food to over 16 families or around 80 people, sent 3500 shekels worth of baby food, clothing and diapers to needed families. We made several trips to the market for food and prepared 20 meals for hungry people and made four gift bags.
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Day 18    24 Oct 2023

We had a quiet night and a quiet morning. Just because it has been quiet does not mean things are better yet. Maybe it is the calm before the storm?  A while back we told you about some water we saw running down the steps and out to the street..
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Day 17  23 Oct 2023

Day 17  23 Oct 2023 Last night there was an artillery barrage that lasted for about an hour. The windows were shaking and you could feel the concussion from the blasts. We have a constant trembling in our bodies from the situation and the stark reality that for now, this.
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Day 16    22 Oct 2023

We are getting requests for help and we are doing our best to help as many as we can. As we set up the machinery to get supplies out to those in need, we are a bit overwhelmed…many of our volunteers have fled from Sderot. Those of us who are.
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Day 14      20 Oct 2023

Day 14      20 Oct 2023   We thank GOD for the quiet night we had. So far today it has also been quiet. The windows are open and sunlight and fresh air is filling the house. Outside there is a nice breeze and the sun feels nice on the back..
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Day 13 19 Oct 2023

As the war continues on the stress and anxiety levels are still high. The death toll is over 1400; of the dead 325 are soldiers. The injured stands at4300. We left town today to go pick up a person that was stranded outside of Sderot and wanted to come back.
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Day 12 18 Oct 2023

The city made a way for residents that wanted to relocate after the initial massacre of innocent men woman, children, babies and even family pets. They were told to go and “refresh” for a few days. From what we have heard from those who went from Sderot to “refresh”, is.
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Day 11 17 Oct 2023

We are still sheltered in place and have no plans on leaving. If they come and make us leave, then that will be a different story. We have food, a full tank of fuel, so for now we are set. The death total is now 1400, 4200 injured. The amount.
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Day 10 16 Oct 2023

As we all wait for the ground invasion to begin, anxiety builds for our safety and the safety of our troops. Threats from outside powers and promises from allies swirl back and forth.   People that have relocated to hotels are struggling with finding their needs met, worried about where.
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