With everything we have happening this week I feel it’s important that we take time to appreciate what we have in this world and WHAT we can DO to PREVENT natural disasters as best as we can. I know we can’t control when a brush fire or hill slide hits (cant control rain or Santa Ana winds) but what we can do is educate ourselves on how to possibly minimize the damage. I feel like we, meaning California as a whole, always think, “nothing’s going to happen to me?” and then, BAM… a brush fire hits and spreads over 150,000 acres. People we know and love are evacuated from their homes and we sit here asking ourselves, “What can I do to help?” or, in my situation, “What do I do if I’m separated from my kiddo and something CRAZY happens… where do I go to find her??!!!” This scared me so much!! I’ve been so heartbroken and just down right sad!!
I know, for me, it has opened my eyes to the things I DON’T know. It’s not as easy as picking up your family members and animal members and leaving the house. Ever think where you should go, without someone telling you? I haven’t. Let’s all educate ourselves on what we can do to prevent natural disasters from maximum damage, where to go when a disaster strikes, and MOST IMPORTANT…..LOVE your friends and family. Some of us have no family and we lean on our friends as family. Take today to hug and kiss them and tell them how you feel, because today is a gift, that’s why it’s called the “Present.” 🙂 I love you CFoX Family!!
https://www.fema.gov/news-release/2005/05/19/mitigation-ways-reduce-damages-future-disasters http://cultureofsafety.thesilverlining.com/wilderness/forest-fire-prevention/ https://www.expertise.com/home-and-garden/home-preparation-for-natural-disasters
“Only you can prevent Forest Fires,” Smokey the Bear!
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