The author wrote the book primary for her family. She was prevailed upon to get it in writing. Bridget hedged along time but eventually gave in. This book is about trusting people, complete strangers. When she first arrived in New York harbor scared but confident, she expected to be met by a cousin of her girl friend. It was someone she had never met as they lived New York. When the signal was given to disembark the names of the passengers were broadcast over the loud speaker. She listened intently for her name to be called but did not hear it. After a long time she went to check with the Red Cross. She was told that her name was one of the first to be called, she could not believe it, her friends had phoned the ship to say they were away for the weekend and to get a hotel for me. They would pick me up the next evening. The relief was overpowering.
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March 15, 2005
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