Yesterday, we discussed the spirit of community in Darrington, Washington – home of an emergency shelter for victims of the Oso mudslides. The spirit and sense of fellowship is alive and well with ongoing support from the youth of Oso.
“The walls are lined with letters, cards and posters of support, many from the children in the area. As I read some of them, my heart was hurting for this proud, strong town. Healing and recovery won’t be easy or fast, but we will be here supporting all affected by this tragedy for as long as it takes.”
Sometimes, it’s as simple as providing hope through encouraging letters to let others know that you feel for them, thank them, and are with them.