Thursday, October 25, 2007

Sad news

Well, you've probably been hearing about all the wildfires burning in southern California. Unfortunately, the Lombardi Ranch and Pumpkin Patch from my post just below, was burned up in a fire earlier in the week. Just a week after we got to go and enjoy it! I'm saddened by the loss because it was a family's legacy and a tradition for many other families. I hope all the animals were saved! What a loss. Fires are scary. That will be another post, another time.

13 comments:

Luisa Perkins said...

How awful! It reminds me of our family trip to the Twin Towers.

so grateful to be Mormon! said...

so sad. but glad you and your family are alright. take care, kathleen

Abish said...

I hope you're not too close to those awful fires. Those poor people. It's a terrible tragedy.

Jacquie said...

Oh my that is so sad. Be safe. I hope you are not too close to the fires.

Holly said...

My heart goes out to them.

Jennifer said...

Oh, that is so sad. Hopefully you and yours are out of harm's way.

Pezlady said...

Hey Jenna, I am tagging you! It's the 7 things meme, so write 7 things about you in your blog and then tag 7 other people and be sure to let them know that they have been tagged and they have to do the samt thing. Have a great day!

Summer said...

Oh, how very sad. What a loss for thee owners!

Josi said...

How very creepy to have such images that will never be made again--makes you grateful for doing it while you could, doesn't it? So sorry. I hope your family is safe.

so grateful to be Mormon! said...

hi jenna:
are you guys doing okay? totally out of harm's way, right? take care girl, kathleen

Candace Salima (LDS Nora Roberts) said...

I'm so sorry to hear that. So much is being lost right now, but I love the way the nation has rallied, how California has responded, how the mayors, county commissioners and governor worked to bring in the federal government right away. This is the way a disaster of this proportion is supposed to be handled. I've been very impressed while deeply saddened at the same time.

diana said...

that is truly sad. all of my and my husband's family is in california so we've been making the daily calls. stay safe and our prayers that all these fires will soon be extinguished.

Annette Lyon said...

Oh, man. That's sad and surreal all at once. I hope you guys are no where near the fires, though.