While most of us in San Diego are able to start getting our lives back to "normal" It's apparent that we are being mindful of those whose lives my never get back to normal, but we must go on.
Cathy who writes regularly on Kirk's blog said this. "Kirk send me the most touching note this afternoon, reminding me that our little inconveniences are nothing in the overall scheme of things. He said he was sweeping up ash...the right way, and putting it in the trash, when he realized he had better treat it with some reverence. "Who knows, it may have been someones most treasured possessions."
Something we should all keep in mind when cleaning up after this tragedy."
Can't add much to that.
Thank you courageous firefighters, both on the ground and in the air. To the law enforcement that patrolled our neighborhoods keeping what, and who was left safe. Thank you to all the people who came out and volunteered and took care of those in need, both in shelters and to those who took strangers into their homes. I could go on, and on, citing example after example of how the people of San Diego came together in time crisis and need.
You all make me proud to be a native San Diegan.