Krista Miranda

By Krista Miranda

LifeBuzz Staff

Family Lost Their Dog In California Wildfire, But They Recognized Him On The News.

A Destructive Force

A Destructive Force

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Fire truly is a beautiful element, there's no denying that, but it's also one of the most destructive forces on the planet. Once it decides its path of consumption, there's no stopping the terror that's soon to follow. In November of 2018, California felt the wrath of Mother Nature through a series of wildfires that consumed two million acres of land, taking numerous lives with it.

Strength And Hope

Strength And Hope

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The California fires destroyed the lives of many families, either by destroying their homes or by taking someone they love. Even though the horror stories are immeasurable, there are also plenty of inspirational stories of strength, hope, community, and love.

Smoky Vision

Smoky Vision

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The flames were heading in their direction and the smoke was making it difficult to see.“Max? Max!” It didn't matter how many times she called out, there was no response. With fear in their eyes, the girls began to cry. She couldn't postpone—he was in danger and something needed to be done, but they never expected this.

The Struggle Is Real

The Struggle Is Real

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Michel Yeager always made sure her kids were taken care of. If she was struggling to buy food, she was the one who went without. To make sure they had money for a school trip she went without central heating while they were away. Their needs were always put before her own, but that didn't mean everyone in their lives put them first.

Shelter From The Storm

Shelter From The Storm

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Michel didn't exactly hate her daughter's father, but after spending so much time living together, they realized that they shouldn't be together. They did agree on one thing: they both loved their daughters more than anything, which is what made them decide to co-parent. They didn't want to ruin their children's childhood, but there were some parts of life that Michel couldn't shelter them from.

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