Tax payers obviously need little bit of motivation to start a new week. Remember to set the alarm clock to buzz one hour earlier, so that you get in time to grind for your taxes.
Annika has met joy and happines. She has now two golden nuggets in her home; Nasir and Abbas who are ”children who came alone”. They wish to get life time permit to stay in Sweden.
”Children who came alone” cafeterias customers and personel in the picture
– We want to help these children to assimilate in the society, Eric tells.
Margareta and Anneli have so much good in their life. Both of them have two of these ”children who came alone” living in their homes. Margareta (center at right) gets teary eyed:
– So much emotions, so much good emotions.
It makes me cry.
Alone coming afghan nugget Salim misses his dad and mom, who disappeared some where along the trail. Fortunanetly there is Helen who comforts Salim through the hardest feelings.
– Salim is so sensitive. I myself cry sometimes, but I try to stay strong that Salim gets a good start for his new life, Helen tells.
– I’m fortunate that I can help these children.
They are so sensitive and natural, Anette tells and hugs firmly two of these golden nuggets.
So make sure to adjust your alarm clock latest at 5.30 and let’s make a deal that you’re in working place at 6.00.
And no if’s and but’s with this matter.
We got to help these children, we can afford it.