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Where fine where in the city so we would never get the fires close enought to affect us to much. But its very smokie and it's snowing ash for the past few days. So no going outside at all. Its not healthy. Saturday i drove down to my SIL with her since they do live in the line of the fire to check out there house. It was sad i feel so bad for them they lost there home in the Corona Yorba Linda fire. They didn't take anything with them only important papers and a few changes of clothes. So they lost everything they own. They are staying with us till they figure out what they are going to do. I can only imagine losing picture special little things. Thats worth more then the house and car. I'm just happy they did leave when they where told to. Because a few of there neighbors didn't leave and watch there house burn down and put there life in danger. Thanks for thinking about us.
Wow, that is so awful about your SIL and all those people. I can't imagine losing everything so fast. I was watching the news and they interviewed the father of an autistic little boy standing in front of ruins that were their house. He was crying and saying how his son didn't handle change well. It was horrible.