It hardly seems to seem real, that a year ago Haiti was rocked by a massive earthquake. I know, it's all over the news right now, as the media only seems to care about sensationalist new stories, or remembering great tragedies on the anniversaries of their occurance.
One of these remembrances is a photo slideshow from the Wall Street Journal. Pretty sad that a year on, so much still remains to be done in that beleagured country. Yet, the photos show people going about their regular lives despite the event's scars.
It's a sobering reminder that, even when events slip off the headline news, people are the ones who live and deal with the results.