These days our morning news is filled with stories about the pending midterm elections, and weekend football scores. But for the family of Dick Gordon’s guests today, the Haiti earthquake is still their main story. Myrtha Almonor nearly died when the cinder blocks of the school where she taught, crashed down on her back. She remains paralyzed from the waist down. After the earthquake, Myrtha’s brother Francis brought Myrtha to the U.S. for treatment. In a way, Francis was repaying a debt. Myrtha had saved his life when he was young.Also: by day, “The Lady Aye” works as a copywriter for a major department store in New York City. But by night, she is one of the world’s few female sword swallowers.