From Lyuda (Day 231): Dear brothers and sisters, Thank you for your prayers, we need them more than ever.
Yesterday there was a second wave of terrorist attacks against our country. The enemy launched 28 missiles, of which 20 were shot down. There were launched more than 15 drones, almost all of them were Iranian attack drones. Most were shot down. Odessa region was the only region that was not hit. Yesterday 5 missiles were destroyed in our sky. We thank God and we thank our air defense.
Restoration works in many cities were taking place quite fast and efficiently throughout the country. If it weren’t for new strikes, they would have already restored the power supply, water supply and communication that the terrorists damaged the day before. There are places that still have no water and electricity.
Yesterday we had charitable breakfast and we enjoyed the time with people who became very close to us and to each other. We had calls from two people who were afraid to leave home and couldn’t come. People who survived shelling and bombing before are having a hard time with the situation of attacks now.
When I came to the local defense center yesterday, it was full of people, many new volunteers came to help. People have all kinds of negative emotions these days and it’s good that they come and help the army and communicate these emotions to each other and this way support each other. It’s also a kind of support group.
Yesterday I talked with the girls from our youth group (Vika and Inna), they study at the culinary college. I asked them about their studies and they told me what they learn and showed photos of their practical classes where they cook different dishes. Talking to them I had a thought that soon there will be peace, the war will end and they will be able to work and bless many people with their profession. They are already a big blessing for many people because they love to serve others and spend so much time for volunteering.
I wish you a good day and hope for a peaceful day here.
P.S. There are more photos of our charitable breakfast yesterday.