說一聲：Good morning sir
老婆一片 兒子一片 女兒一片
邊走邊吃 帶著背包 走到美國軍機旁
他失望地走在街上 賣香菸的商店複業了 開著電視機
He takes care of the security of the US Embassy in Haiti and protects its staff.
He walks to work everyday before dawn, just to stand at the main entrance on time. When the US Ambassador’s Mercedes Benz arrives, he opens the door and greets: Good morning sir.
In the aftermath of 911 terrorist attack, ambassador tightened the security, made him check visitors thoroughly under the hot sun to make sure Americans are free from attack.
He works really hard, even helps the Ambassador and his staff to buy cigarette and beer at Port-au-Prince streets to ensure Americans’ safety.
He was off on the earthquake day. Walking on the street, all of sudden everything was trembling.
He ran home immediately, his family survived the quake.
He thought of his US boss, and ran to the embassy. Rumours were that even the UN headquarters had collapsed. He afraid that his boss was injured or even waving goodbye.
Fortunately, his boss survived the quake. He thanked God’s blessing, tears rolled down his cheek.
He divided a piece of mud biscuit into four quarters. His wife, daughter and son, each getting one quarter.
Carrying a bag, he walked to the US Air Force plane.
“I’m a security guard at the US Embassy,” showing his ID.
“Do you hold a US passport?” the soldier asked.
“Please go away. America will remember your contribution; America will never forget about you,”
The plane, for Americans only, fleed Haiti.
Disappointingly walking on the street, the shop selling cigarette reopens, and the TV is on.
“America will never forget about you; America will always be with you,” Obama said.