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  1. I can’t imagine how hard it must be to recover after losing your house in a fire. I am so sorry about your dog, poor thing. 🙁 Loosing all your life’s belonging and all the memories you have gathered over the years is horrible. 🙁

  2. oh this is awful! i had one of those phone calls at work many years ago. I got to my street and still couldnt believe it.

    It seems some kids on the park behind my house thought it was funny set light to my back fence, it worked with away around and through into my living room window (no one was in) Thankfully the fire brigade were swift and the only room badly damaged was my living room and not the whole house but the smoke is horrific and so much of my stuff had to be thrown out anyway.

    I am sending you healing thoughts and love as you rebuild. I am glad you are both safe

  3. This is such a horrible thing to experience, I haven’t experience it or my loved ones but this is definitely one of the saddest situation to be with.

  4. I am so sorry for you loss, both of your dog and of the house. I can’t imagine what it must be like – not just the physical things but the memories. I hope that you are having more good days than bad and that you are kind to yourself as, as you say – it’s takes time to recover from something like this.

  5. Writing this blog post and reliving those painful memories must have been so hard for you. So glad that your wife and one of your dogs survived the fire, that is the most important thing of all.

  6. Oh, I’m so sorry to have to read this. I can’t even begin to imagine how painful this was 🙁 This must have been a very painful thing to relive and share. ♥️

  7. I am sorry about this, it must have been devastating to lose the house and let alone one of the dogs, thankfully none of you were in the house.

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