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How did friend help friend who lost their home in fire?

How did friend help friend who lost their home in fire?

After the fire a family friend mailed a crown Carolynn had previously made for their own daughter’s birthday to ensure the Spezzas could continue this sweet traditional. In this photo, Lucia is opening a birthday letter wearing the crown mailed to her. Lucia and Vienna are wearing robes recreated by their grandmother after the fire.

What do you need to know about a duplex house?

It has a single dining room and a single kitchen. It has a common central wall and consists of two living units, either side-by-side or on two floors, with separate entries. While there are two floors, it is sold together and owned by an individual. It may have separate entry points for both floors.

Who was the person who lost their home in the Valley Fire?

(Photo by Kent Porter) Carolynn Spezza (right) and her family lost their home in the Valley Fire in 2015. She says the help and kindness of friends and strangers helped her make it through. (Courtesy of Carolynn Spezza)

When did Carolynn Spezza lose her home in a fire?

Carolynn Spezza (right) and her family lost their home in the Valley Fire in 2015. She says the help and kindness of friends and strangers helped her make it through. (Courtesy of Carolynn Spezza)

What was the worst part of a house fire?

It was such a surprise that having someone set fire to our home and losing all our possessions wasn’t the most terrible part; it was struggling against bureaucracy and making every single financial decision — from what spatula to buy to how big to build the house — while traumatized and exhausted.

How did people help after a house fire?

Many continued to look out for us over the long year of rebuilding. Neighbors, some we barely knew, stopped and handed us cash or offered furniture, clothes, even a place to stay. Friends and family at a distance called, sent care packages and wrote wonderful, loving cards and emails.

How many houses were destroyed in the Carr Fire?

The Carr Fire has destroyed nearly 1,000 homes, including that of Sandy Wolf in Keswick, who’s lived there for 70 years.

What to say to someone who lost their home in the Carr Fire?

Don’t say you really should be grateful. There are other people who lost their homes who are far worse off than you. Don’t say at least you have your life, which is the most important thing. It was just things that you lost. Don’t say come over to my house, I have plenty of clothes you can look through.

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