Ah, this situation is one which I truly wish would go away, but with a positive outcome of course! I am tired and exhausted ‘working’ at this every day … have been pretty much for the past 2 months. What to do, you ask? Well, it is a full time ‘job’, everyday I wake up and have a list of ‘things’ to do – anything from create this blog site, meet with a journalist for an interview, meet with our lawyer, have a team meeting, contact someone over seas who can some how ‘help’, update hundreds of friends and family (hence the blog and facebook pages!), and try and be a calm and normal mom to our 5 year old daughter. What does she think of all this? She is frustrated, like me, but expresses it in a different way – melt downs, which inevitably turn to tears, and then to when can she see her baba again … unfortunately, at this moment, I do not have the right answer to that question. I don’t know. Nor does our lawyer. I understand that after sentencing, I will be able to see Dawu once a month, so I guess that is when, but when will the trial be exactly and when the sentence be handed down exactly? Not sure. Also, have to consider appeal, as the sentence begins AFTER the appeal(s) have been made. Urgh, so much to think about.
What did I do today?
1. Spoke long distance with John Kamm, from Duihua Organization, in SF about the process and what my next steps are;
2. Set up a facebook page all about Wu Yuren’s incarceration;
3. Set up this WordPress blog all about Wu Yuren’s incarceration.