This is the best worst place to be. It's the worst for the situation you're in, but at the same time, it's the best place to be if you're in that situation. - Asaza Samples, Danielsville, GA, is the mother of Ashton, a burn survivor.
Jacob is a miracle, even Dr. Shaver says that. We are so thankful for each day of life. A few scars are nothing; having Jacob alive and with us is what's important. We met four families when we first arrived who lost loved ones. We know we are blessed. - Roxanne Hayes, mother of Jacob Hayes, a burn survivor and student at North Greenville University.
The Burn Foundation is a family for displaced families. It is the glue that keeps everything together. - Lindsay Norcross, Savannah, GA, Lindsay and daughter, Emma, are burn survivors.
This is a wonderful, wonderful place. It became a real family to us. Our stomachs, souls and minds were taken care of. God puts us where we need to be. Those of us who had been around for a while took others underneath our wings. We knew which step a family member was going through by the look in their eyes. When someone died, we all mourned. - Pat Loar, mother of burn survivor, Megan Woods, Anderson, SC.