My book was this month’s selection for my women’s group, and I was interviewed at our meeting. The response to my story was heartwarming. Everyone said they came away with a much better understanding of what it takes to survive in a refugee camp. A member brought a guest who is an international expert on embroidery. Examples of the refugee women’s needlework were available for members to examine, so they could see how intricate and beautiful their creations are. The expert and I are meeting separately to discuss how this art can be kept alive. The opportunities for making a difference are coming one after the other. All of them uplifting and best of all doable.