This is a picture of my coworker's home after Harvey ripped through it. Janet is not only my coworker but a dear friend. She just finished nursing school and started at Methodist this year. Janet also just gave birth to a beautiful little boy named Noah just 3 months ago. Janet worked on Friday August 25th before Harvey hit. She went home that night, kissed her baby and family, and came back to work Saturday morning to care for her patients. While she was working, she got a call from her husband saying that he was having to evacuate with the baby, his 17 year old son, and his mother. I listened as Janet calmly walked her husband through grabbing the bare essentials (formula, diaper bag, and car seat, birth certificate) as they left their home behind. She then had to wait to hear they made it away safely. Janet worked 60+ hours and got little to no sleep at the hospital away from her loved ones. Through this horrific situation, Janet remained calm and took amazing care of her patients. Her acts of selflessness, and knowing she was leaving the hospital with the clothes on her back, was nothing short of inspirational. We are working hard to raise as much as we can to get Janet and her family back on their feet as quickly as possible. Let's get together as a community to help lay a foundation for this incredible woman to rebuild on!