NK - Clarification RE: Northkeep fire victims
Addington, Debbie, A
daaddington at saintfrancis.com
Thu May 25 07:05:55 PDT 2000
very well put.
though i have never experienced a fire that caused the loss of my home or
goods. I have had family that did. some were in new homes, some in
historical ones. Home fires are just really very unpredictable, it could
happen to any of us.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Anawyn at aol.com [SMTP:Anawyn at aol.com]
> Sent: Wednesday, May 24, 2000 9:27 PM
> To: Northkeep at ansteorra.org
> Subject: Re: NK - Clarification RE: Northkeep fire victims
> In a message dated 5/22/00 8:29:12 AM Pacific Daylight Time,
> rebecca-heydon at utulsa.edu writes:
> << Apparently, those offended felt that I was suggesting that Lady
> Elisabeth had rented out a sub-standard home and was somehow to blame for
> the fire. >>
> I think everyone needs to be clear about the fact that fire can happen in
> home. When we were remodeling the kitchen in our house, we pulled out the
> oven, and I was shocked to see the wires that attach to the oven unit were
> charred, and there was some obvious fire damage to the sheetrock there.
> My heart really raced! We certainly, at some point could have experienced
> tragedy, altogether the situation was completely unknown to us before
> How fortunate for us to have discovered it in time. Perhaps some of you
> remember the couple who lost their baby due to faulty electrical
> not more than a mile from my house, in a home that was not over 2 years
> You have to realize this could happen to anyone. Secondly, I want to
> a sincere wish that we could all just quit making people feel apologetic
> because we misinterpreted their e-mail. HELLO!! Anybody heard of of giving
> something the "benefit of doubt"? In this Barony, we have always
> exhibited a
> great deal of care about each other, and it is disappointing to find that
> have always among us, those who assume the worst, in even the most
> insignificant of cases.
> Please think before you burden someone with bad feelings over something
> have done that was clearly intended for good.
> Live The Dream In Kindness,
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