The wildfires have been fully contained. The sound of rain falling as I type is a pleasant melody to my ears – our community is still in shock, the process of rebuilding will be a long and arduous journey!
On the home front we continue to plug away. Poor air quality has made it difficult to plan any outdoor activities.
We have been doing some arts & crafts (finger painting) and played some indoor newspaper basketball!
The boys were so happy to get outside once the blue skies returned. We have a middle school close to our house that has a huge playground that the boys can ride their scooters, play on the slides or just wander around!
Last weekend we delivered some bottled water and couple of bags of coffee to the firefighters at the Rancho Adobe Fire Department on behalf of the Heroes of America Foundation. The boys got a tour of the fire station, climbed up inside a firetruck and even tried on real fire helmets! They were so thrilled! The firemen were so kind to do this for our boys. Thank you to all of the first responders from around the United States that came and battled the devastating fires that affected our community. We are grateful for all that you did!!!
If you would like to join the Heroes of America “Disaster Relief Team” or learn more about them, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The boys are at a fun stage in life!!! I refuse to accept or acknowledge that the ‘Terrible Twos‘ are a real thing- I am enjoying each every minute that we spend together. I feel that life is what you make of it!!! 🙂
Mahalo ke Akua/God Bless!