Noor is the Light of Her Daddy’s Life
August 19, 2010 by Jeremy
Last week when Dr. Novick was in Basra he was accompanied by a multi-car entourage complete with a rear-mounted machine gun. Noor’s father and mother did not have that sort of protection when they drove those trecherous roads in search of a remedy for their daughter’s broken heart.
Noor had surgery yesterday and was discharged from the ICU today. She is only days away from returning home with a real chance at life; a chance that almost passed her by.
Thanks for going to work everyday – wherever you are in the world – and giving a portion of what you earn to the children of Iraq. You’ve made her father’s day… and, in some real way, changed the world forever.
Remedy Missions are international pediatric heart surgery teams that we bring to Iraq to to perform lifesaving heart surgeries and develop the infrastructure for the future. If you’re on Twitter this week be sure to use the #Remedy or #RemedyMission hashtag to describe all the good news coming out of Iraq this week via @preemptivelove and @babyheart_org. If you’re on Facebook, “Share” this story with the button below.
|Jeremy Courtney lives and loves in Iraq as a co-founder and Executive Director of the Preemptive Love Coalition. He's also the father of two spectacular children, and married to the lovely Jessica Courtney. When not absorbed in PLC work he can be found writing songs and singing about hope and future. Follow Jeremy on Twitter: @JCourt.|