by Andrada Costoiu

 This morning I woke up to a thick sky. I thought it was overcast but instead the sky was covered with smoke. I know this sky, I’ve seen it before.

Where the windows were opened, ashes have settled on the window sills and nearby furniture.

A bit worried (sad and scared), as people in nearby areas are starting to evacuate. The University campus has closed. My kids are still in the on-line school and teachers made announcements for the kids in the affected areas to leave. We are safe and I hope the fire will be contained before it spreads further, although they stoped the air aid because the wind is too strong.

As we go through this, I cannot help thinking about the people who are in the immediate vicinity. Please keep them in your prayers.

6 thoughts on “Burning

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