Due to the manic Copper Beast’s colossal appetite, which prompted its spontaneous devouring of our entire city, Paradise, California, in only a two day time-span, it has been made clear that it is of great importance to shower each time we come in, after being outside, due to the exposure of contaminants in the smoke-filled air.
In regard to the Paradise, Camp Fire, I have been squeaky clean, lately (not that I wasn’t clean before, but I am just saying that, now, I am squeaky clean). In fact, I have been using lots of body lotion so that I do not accidentally sand the paint off any of the walls that I might come in contact with.
I just want to take this opportunity to, once again, thank all of the amazing and brave heroes who continue to battle the Paradise Camp Fire: Firefighters, CalFire Units, Police Officers, First Responders, Emergency Rescue Teams, California National Guards, American Soldiers, Calvary Scouts, Sheriffs, and everyone who risks their lives during National Disasters to help rescue, protect, secure, support, and give hope and freedom to those who have been hit by life-threatening catastrophes from manic beasts.
These same heroes who risk their lives daily, to help others, are also victims, themselves, of the same catastrophic disasters in which we all suffer. However, these Individuals of Valor (who have, also, had their own homes, possessions, and even their loved ones’ lives destroyed), continue on for days, weeks, and even months on end, facing these manic beasts, so that we, ourselves, need not do so.
My admiration and gratitude is indescribably immense for all of these heroic individuals who continue the battle.