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Dec 27, 2004



Wow, sorry to hear. I really hope things work out, please let us know how things go. I also wish a speedy and simple return home.


Happy to hear about you - take care :)
(I have been to phi phi 2 or 3 times and I love the place)

Ben McConnell

Evelyn -- Glad to hear you're safe. Best wishes on getting home safely.


Wish you the best of luck, on your return home.


Hope you're healing up ok. I just left Panang for KL, luckily. So I missed the disaster. I did the very same boat tour on Phi Phi too.

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Jon Strande

Evelyn, glad to hear that you're okay! Best of luck on your return trip!!


Life is sweet, you're a lucky lady.

Bernie Goldbach

I hope your leg is back to 100%. I wonder if the American embassy will deploy a field team to sort out your passport. The Brits are much more responsive to that kind of requirement.

Tom Guarriello

I know you'll use this experience to help others think more deeply about life and its impenetrable mysteries. Best wishes for a speedy recovery.

The Carp

Very glad to hear you are OK. I had a near escape - was due to arrive Penang at the same time the wave hit, but had to come back to Singapore at the same time.

Mike Rohde

Glad to hear you are OK Evelyn. Let us know if we can help in any way.

dermot casey


glad to hear that your OK. Watching it on TV here in Ireland and its overwhealming. Let us know if there is anything we can do to help you personally



Amazing. We're all very thankful you're safe!!

Ross Mayfield

Wow. Glad you are ok, godspeed.

Anthony Cerminaro

Thanks for sharing your story. I am thankful to hear you are okay. Your post reminds me to focus on the truly important things in life -- friends, families, relationships with others. When I get home tonight, I am going to give my daughter a big hug in your honor.


I'm relieved to hear you're relatively well. If there's anything I can do for you stateside--harassing government officials, etc--do let me know. Best wishes for a safe and speedy return.


I hope that things get back to normal for you as quickly as possible. Good luck, and may your God bless you. Best wishes, Griffonner

Ed Brill

Wow amazing. Too bad that our embassy isn't reacting -- hopefully things have improved since you blogged. Your readers and colleagues are thinking of you and praying for you and all who are in trouble due to this tragic event.

Don The Idea Guy

Good to hear you're safe.
My best wishes and good thoughts your way.

Roser Giner Bruñó

Hopefully you will be recovered very soon. After this terrible experience, we should all think about why nobody alerted about the earthquake and the tsunami. There were at least a couple of hours. So much progress for what ? The humanity has not been able to safe lives and I have the feeling everyone is just looking to another side. Evelyn take care and I am glad that you could survive.

Johnnie Moore

Good to hear you're safe Evelyn. Hope things get sorted for you fast.

Bill Van Loan

Thank God your alive. I can't tell you how grateful I am for that. I think you sound pretty good by the way of your writing. Evelyn - when I count my blessings - I count you too. Thanks for letting us know.

Octavio Isaac Rojas Orduña

Everything will be alright soon.

You could consider yourself lucky.

Take care.

Joe Olivier

It saddens me that our embassy is so unhelpful. Embassies are supposed to do much more than vet those who want to enter your country, but in the post 9/11 world in which we live, we have given up alot for the privilege of being American. I hope you have a speedy and uneventful recovery. Come home soon and tell your congressman and senator about how our embassy compared with other countries.

Suhit Anantula

Sorry to hear about that. glad to know you are fine....


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