Vietnam Over the Years
Dr. Libby and Dr. Randy teaching at the local university.
Sometimes the best outcome relies on more than one practitioner.
Our work at the orphanage is complete.
We were entertained at the end of a long day.
A quiet room to work in is a God-send.
Candy after mass!
It is early, our clothes are still dry.
Even when you're seeing 200+ patients a day, a heart rate is still important.
Those cycles weren't there just a few seconds ago, honest Jeff!
Crossing the street in Vietnam should become an X-Game
Toto, we're not in Kansas anymore.
Word of the day: Pandemonium
Fr. Francis and family, generous beyond measure.
A late night walk-about through some sketchy neighborhoods and no indication of how to get home brought us to a beautiful church with this grotto of the Blessed Mother.
This church remains scarred from the Vietnam War (known as the American War in Vietnam). The pastor is Fr. Francis' brother.
It doesn't take much to please any of us at the end of a long day.
If Fr. Francis is confused, where does that leave us?????
Eating is a multi-sensory activity.