Several items are for the most part replaceable if one has the financial means to do so but in her case, she does not. Lynn lives on social security and has a part time job to help augment her meager income. At 68 years old, she has her hands full taking care of her beloved Gypsy Vanner horses that she has been a breeder of since they arrived in the United States in the late 1990s. Part of the challenge to replace items is that Gypsy Horses require other-than-average size equipment.
Lynn does NOT own the property on which she is residing and therefore there isn’t any insurance to help cover the losses.
My sister is one of the hardest working people I have ever known and as I watch her emotionally melt, my heart is sick. She has always valued and taken care of whatever she has attained as replacement seemed costly. We were raised by the motto of “take proper care of things and they could last you a lifetime”. Sometimes it is out of our hands. This is the case with my sister Lynn.
I have watched people all over the world be devastated by disaster and my heart has always gone to those in need as well as my prayers. I have on occasion been in a position to help financially. But when it occurs in ones family it is beyond comprehension as to where to begin to rebuild. It is difficult to explain.
If you can find it in your heart to consider donating to her cause, I assure you the monies would be wisely spent on only the items she needs to replace and purchase hay for her horses.
Thank you in advance for your heartfelt consideration to this cause.
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