Burn Scars

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  1. Mike E. says:

    Man, Michael, I’m sorry you all went through that. It’s emotionally traumatizing, no doubt. I will continue to pray for you and your family and kitties and neighbors.

  2. Elena says:

    So sad 😓. I almost feel guilty or afraid to enjoy the sunshine, but thankful to the Lord for being the anchor of my soul! And that He Is in control🙏

  3. Bride of Christ says:

    Such moving words… I can’t even imagine what it must be like to live in a town that has lost so much. We will continue prayers for our neighbors to the north. Very sad about your strays, but I am so glad that Miss Kitty was spared. These fires are coming with such terrifying regulatory now in the west. It’s hard not to become overwhelmed by fear. I remember when years ago we had two large fires burning on either side of us in Oceanside. I was teaching then and the public schools closed down for a week so I was home. We slept with the tv on at night so we would know if we needed to evacuate during the night. I was so frightened I begged my husband not to go to work for two days when we were in the midst of it all. Two years ago when we were in Hawaii visiting our daughter our pet/ house sitter had to put our dogs in a kennel when our neighborhood was evacuated in the midst of a fire that spring up while we were in Hawaii. It certainly feels like global warming here in southern California. What have we done to our beautiful planet God created for us to inhabit? We have been terrible caretakers and I fear for my grandchildren’s future. I wish I felt more optimistic and less fearful, but seeing these fires truly is a terrifying and traumatic experience and one that you can never forget.

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