I was going to write you a long and detailed discussion about PDHA (post deployment health assesments). Why we are doing the process and how complicated/non complicated it is.

But then the sirens are going off and we have no power. So am not sure how much longer the battery is going to last.

It is the usual, IDF impact (and I am sheltering at the office).

Such fun – not.

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8 Responses to Impacts

  1. Jennifer says:

    What do PDHA have to do with the veteran I see 2 5 10 20 years later claiming his back hurts because of his Afghani service?

  2. Alison says:

    Please know that I pray for you every day. I want you and those around
    you to come home safe and sound.

    Best wishes and a hug thrown in,

  3. Helen says:

    How many more days before you are a free woman?

  4. Berg says:

    Ah yes, the sirens and sheltering…..don’t I miss that….NOT

  5. Svein says:

    I hope you enjoyed the IDF impact, and that you are out of there now. I am very interested in how you do PDHA so I hereby send you some clean energy attached to this mail, to refill your computer.

  6. Bruce says:

    And then there is the PDHRA.

    Are they going to put you back on AD for a day to do the bit that can’t be done in less than 90 days?

  7. Bob says:

    And since hardly anyone trusts the computers to keep their data unchanged and secure from mishap, the trees still die, printers get workouts, backup media is sold, and folks carry around way too much paperwork “just in case.”

  8. Cheryl says:

    Amen, Holly! We are spending a lot of time on people who sprained an ankle or had a few nights’ worth of trouble falling asleep, and the suicide rate is still through the roof. What the heck is going on?!

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