I have just one story for this week’s ‘good people’ post, but it involves so many good people helping a family of refugees from Ukraine that I’ve lost count. Be sure you have a box of tissues handy for this one, my friends.
Back in February when Russian troops attacked Ukraine and rockets landed less than two miles from their home, the Bezhenar family of Odessa knew they needed to leave the country for their safety. So the family of six: (Oleksandr (father), Mariia (mother), Nina (grandmother) and 3 daughters – Ahnessa (age 10), Anhelina (age 15), and Eleonora (age 17) set out for the border leaving everything behind except one suitcase each. They left their home, Oleksandr’s business, and the family pets, two dogs and a couple of cats.
It was no small feat leaving Ukraine … they waited in line for more than 24 hours at the border…
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