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Pastariffic Fire
Published on: March 3, 2017

Teri, Debbie and Cynthia

It is hard for a disaster to stop the dream of a heart.  I am greatly saddened this morning, learning of the loss of my favorite restaurant and the meeting place we had chosen to kick off our dream of writing a book and bringing help and hope to grandmothers who feel like they have lost everything. I have already been contacted about using their Bel Air room, across the street from the main site. What terrific people! Their determination to rebuild is admirable. We are determined to go on with our launch on April 29th – and to have it at Pastariffic! Let’s support them with much prayer and love. The owner Cynthia, is pictured with me and Teri as we met with them just a few days ago. Cynthia has stated their commitment to rebuild. What work lies ahead for her and her family. Let’s be as determined to rebuild our families, to raise a new generation from the ashes of drugs, despondency and death. Let’s pray for them and show up in support on April 29th and give Cynthia a big hug!pastariffice-fire