A perfect and recent example would be the thoughtfully written and informative blog post that was recently ready for launch with the gentle press of a "send" button. While distracted by the phone call from a distressed daughter, the "undo" button seemed to make sense to my overloaded brain.
Once undone, there is no turning back. Cyberspace is now the unique owner of all I was going to tell you about how Team 2018 and Maria (with toddler in tow) came together in a few short but critical days in January. That blog post is now the Post That Never Was, nor will it ever be.
Spared the numerous details of how this seventeen year old Mayan mother found the resources and gumption to travel many hours to help her son to receive the one chance at a cleft repair, our readers are now free to simply enjoy the before and after photos of what is truly an alignment of the stars of good fortune for mother and child.
The photos tell their own story. The words I used to describe Maria and her experience are reflected in her face. The missing story is present after all.
|At the Hospital, Waiting for donated Cleft Surgery|
|Home, Six Weeks Post-Op Cleft Repair|
|Food Donations Delivered to Maria's House, March 3|