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GUEST,daylia BS: 5 Objects to take if house on fire? (55* d) RE: BS: 5 Objects to take if house on fire? 08 Dec 02

JennyO glad you're still on-line in spite of all the 'heat'. Positive energy still comin your way ...

Back in the 80's a tornado hit my home-town in Ontario. A lot of people lost their homes, but fortunately only a few lost their lives. I remember one story about a little girl who was home alone when it hit. She made it down to the basement on time, but the rest of the house and everything in it was completely destroyed. Amazingly enough, the only thing left untouched was her night-table on which she kept her rosary, prayer-books and a picture of her 'guardian angel'. These were found exactly as she'd left them, according to the newspapers! They even ran pictures of it. Always liked that story ...

I'd make sure I had my cat, car keys, cell-phone, wallet (hopefully with some money in it), warm coat and lots of faith! But I'd sure miss my guitar and my piano and my computer ... and my books ... and my diggery-doo (to keep the cat in line!)

And all this is reminding me that I should get my original artwork and music, photos, journals and important documents into a fire-proof box that's easy to grab. Kinda feels a bit like tempting fate, though.

Blessings and COOL WET wishes to all you folk 'down under' ...


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