Just when you think you're having a bad day...someone, somewhere has got it worse. That phrase has never been more profound as the country of Haiti desperately tries to make sense of how to survive such a horrific ordeal as an earthquake of 7.0 magnitude shook the country to its core. And as this world continues to help in aid with water, medical supplies and trying to comfort those who have lost families, friends, and loved ones, do we ever think of the possibility of reliving the nightmare(that for some people has never really gone away) of 9-11, and what possible support would we receive on a global scale. I had a friend in College who was Haitian-American, and I can't even begin to image what possible hell Carla could be going through in trying to contact her family, as she once told me that her Father still remained in the Country with other relatives. For all the indifferences that exist here in the United States...financial bailouts to big banks and Ceo's getting outrageous bonuses to Senators of both the House and Senate who still can't agree on a Universal HealthCare plan, a lot of us are blessed in more ways than we care to realize. So the next time I dare start to complain about i.e. not being 'rich' enough or living in a more 'fanciful' home, please stop me and remind me of a person in Haiti or anywhere in the world where people have nothing and may have to start life over with nothing and to just simply count my blessings(and yours)....one by one!