Um Sa’ad overcame the bitterness of the three siege years patiently and persistently derived during her 50 years of life confident that tomorrow will gather her with her husband and four sons living in Damascus.
She gazes in their photos which filled the walls of her house every day and night with her eyes full of tears with sorrow on their leave.
Since she is living alone; she used to have lots of extra food over her needs that SARC volunteers use to bring when visiting to keep her company. Therefore, she used to gather her neighborhood children who hunger blockade cook for them as they are her own children.
When the siege was broken, her family came back along with joy and happiness.
After siege is wrecked on the city, the joy is back to inhabit her heart for the return of her husband and her children to her.