Ellen's farm was very close to a large fire in Southern California. The firefighters worked tirelessly to save homes and animals, and Ellen wanted to thank them for their heroism.

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Joanne Rose
444 days ago

Firefighters are amazing people who risk their lives each and every day to help save the lives of others.

Joanne Rose

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Nancy Marshall
445 days ago

My husband of 22 yrs. died of colon cancer in 2007 at 48. I met a firefighter the following year who made me laugh and have fun again. I commend you in thanking them, they are taken for granted everyday, for what is their job, and livelyhood. I thank you for making me get out of bed when that was the last thing I wanted to do, and my new husband for making me laugh and enjoy life again.

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Jerene stephenson
446 days ago

Ellen! My husband is one of the firemen you so graciously hosted this weekend. They came all the way from Kern County to "serve and protect"...they are so proud to serve. THANK YOU for showing them your generous heart to match their own! You rock!!!

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