In the aftermath of black Saturday, where almost 200 precious Victorians died through a horrific bushfire, the weather once again begins to warm up.
It is an interesting space to be in. You grieve for those who passed, you reflect on the people who lost everything, home, clothes, precious memories gained over a life time. Then you start to wonder, "What would I grab if I only had 10 minutes to get out before an impending fire?" Interestingly enough most things are replaceable, as special as they might be.
What would you grab? Some precious photos, a few keepsakes, a special gift?
The most precious things that we truly have are each other and we are not replaceable. Be grateful for all you have, but especially, be grateful for each other.