Wednesday, December 9, 2015

This Orphaned Burn Victim Lost
Her Family In an Arson Attack
All She Wants For Christmas Is Your Cards

Alright readers, here is you/our chance to shine, by showing some true, Christian LOVE to a little girl fighting so hard for her future alone.

She has already lost her family to an arsonist's flames, as well as her right hand and left foot;
She is so badly scarred by the flames;
and she is 5 years old.


Her name is Safyre, and all she wants for Christmas is to hear from us, with a Christmas Card.  

What do you say, Local Malcontentionists??
LET'S ALL SEND HER A LOTTA LOVE in A CHRISTMAS CARD, MAYBE EVEN SLIP IN
A $5 OR $20 DOLLAR BILL, TOO~?
Leti and I will be sending her a Christmas card and some Christmas cash tomorrow with our prayers for her bright future.

She is one reason we are Americans, the reason we are Okies, we are Texans, we are Coloradans, we are New Mexicans, we are New Yorkers, all:
To show love and compassion for a little girl who is orphaned by an arson fire which also left her badly burned and scarred.

LOVINGLY LIFTED FROM REDBOOK(dot)COM, VIA WEASEL ZIPPERS,
this very touching story:

You can help make this little girl's Christmas wish come true.
This year, as we proudly hang our seasonal greeting cards, displaying the smiling faces of our loved ones (and yes, sometimes their dogs), it's easy to forget that for many people, the holidays aren't all candy canes and carols. 

For five-year-old Safyre, the sole survivor of an arson attack that killed her family, and left her homeless, Christmas can be a painful reminder of what she's lost.


In 2013, her father, younger sister, and brothers, were murdered in a senseless act. 
When firefighters found Safyre in what was left of her New York home, she was clutching her father's chest, who saved her life, but couldn't protect her from all of the flames. 

Although the majority of her body is covered in burns, and she's had both her right hand and left foot amputated, Safyre, who is being raised by her dad's sister, is still a joyful child, who has remained strong through the devastation.  

Now her community is rallying around the brave little girl to ask for folks across the world to send her Christmas cards to ensure that this year gets a little bit cheerier for Safyre who has already been through so much. 

If you've got a stamp to spare, and feel like spreading a little joy, you can mail the cards to:

Safyre
P.O. Box 6126
Schenectady, NY 12306
USA

**  Don't even think Twice about this---- Do it, because it is what's Right, what's compassionate, what you also would hope anonymous Americans would do for your niece or daughter or nephew or son in the same condition. 
      It is what Jesus will Smile upon you, for~!

I've actually been to Schenectady, New York before:  I spent two weeks there, one night~  LOL

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