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Today, January 1st, I am beyond grateful. Grateful to the current & former patients, colleagues, friends, family, neighbors, really everyone who reached out from near and far, over the past few days since the Marshal Fire devastated Superior and Louisville, CO where I live. My family is safe and our home is ok, though many homes around us are not. It is devastating, and incredibly sad to see all the destruction.

I am grateful to the Fire departments, police departments, first responders and everyone involved in the process of saving homes and businesses, while my family was able to evacuate. I hope your families and homes are safe too.

I am grateful for all the offers of assistance, places to stay, food etc. Thank you, I am sincerely touched by the outpouring of support. Our family is incredibly fortunate, so please consider helping those less so by donating through the Boulder Office of Emergency Management website

TPMT will be collecting donations for Sister Carmen of "easy to eat and no prep food such as snack bars, peanut butter, crackers, canned soups, bottled water", as well as "sleeping bags in good condition". We will drop these off weekly to Sister Carmen over the next few weeks.

Thank you for any donations you can make, whether directly through BOEM above or by dropping items off at TPMT.

To all, we hope you have a Happy and Healthy 2022!

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