Girl,5, survives having skin peeled back in fact. accident

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  1. ariel7

    ariel7 For to me to live is Christ, and to die is gain.

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    What a little cutie this gal is. There's a happy ending to this one y'all.

    Miracle girl puts up a mighty fight

    BEV and Rick Campbell used to refer to their five-year-old daughter Natasha as their "miracle girl" when she was born after their two sons had already grown up.

    But now the term of endearment has taken on a whole new meaning with Natasha's amazing fightback from a shocking factory accident which peeled all the skin from her tiny torso and mangled her right arm.

    more at link...

    http://www.thecouriermail.news.com.au/common/story_page/0,5936,15468959%5E3102,00.html

    love y'all,
    Ariel
     
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  3. Sheromom

    Sheromom New Member

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    Ariel7, You have the sweetest attitude about everything. When I read this article, I wound up feeling FURIOUS at the parent who allowed her into an unsafe environment!
     
  4. ariel7

    ariel7 For to me to live is Christ, and to die is gain.

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    Why thank you, Sheromom!:blowkiss:
    I try with the Lord's help, but there are times...argh,
    when the trials of life REALLY get to me.

    I know...she should not have been there, but I just
    can't be part of flaming her parents. Oh my no, not
    with some of the things my brother and I did growing
    up.:blushing: If we would've died, they'd likely be
    blamed for not keeping a good enough eye on us...
    but I know in my heart of hearts that no one could've
    made them feel any worse.

    I feel that way in these awful cases. If her parents
    love her, and I feel they sure do, then they need
    our mercy and compassion...no one can make them
    feel guiltier than they probably already do.
    Just my feelings on this.:)

    with bunches of love,

    Ariel;)
     
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    Sheromom New Member

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    You're probably right. Maybe the parent didn't even know she was there. I do remember wading in the Columbia River before I even learned to swim. The thought terrifies me now! My parents would have killed me.
     
  6. ariel7

    ariel7 For to me to live is Christ, and to die is gain.

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    :eek::eek::eek: Wow!!! So glad to have ya here,lol!!! The things kids do!

    Hmmm....I think this idea may make a good thread,lol...:waitasec:

    A dear old man once shared with me, the fretting young mama of a li'l
    baby girl, what there old doc shared with them when they were the
    fretting parents of a li'l baby girl: God knew that amateurs were going
    to be raising them~so he made them kind of hard to kill.

    Remembering my son, now 6, not much more the 1 scaling the heights
    of my wire-shelved pantry like a little monkey.......:eek: :eek:
    (It is a high pantry!!!)

    love ya,

    Ariel
     

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