One of the first things I learned about food bloggers was, that they were a generous and compassionate group. They banded tightly together in times of need and freely gave of themselves. A recent example of this was when Monica blogged about a dear blogger friend that passed away. Monica never meet Jeanette but still felt a strong less of loss at her passing. The supportive comments Monica received were amazing. Going a little further back, another example was when Ericka, a fellow blogger and her family were lucky to escape a fire that took her home and all her possessions. The out pouring of support she was given was incredible. I didn’t know her but soon felt like I did after reading about her and her story on many blogs. Those are just two examples. There are many others and I’m hoping that same supportive spirit will continue on and be bestowed on the family of another blogger.
This afternoon I received an email from Michelle of One Ordinary Day. Michelle’s sister Bea and her family lost their home on Saturday morning to a fire. Thankfully everyone made it out alive. However, Bea’s husband did not escape unscathed. Given what could have been, they’re very thankful but it’s hard to ignore the fact that their home and all their possessions were lost. Yes, they can be replaced but it’s so hard when it’s everything. Michelle has a short post about it on her blog. She doesn’t go into many details but does ask for your prayers and good thoughts. I hope you’ll take a few minutes to visit Michelle and extend Bea’s family good wishes. I know times are tough and I hate to ask but if you are able to, please consider making a small donation, every little bit helps. Thank you!