I’ve removed my website content for now and I’m taking some time off from the development of this site. 

I responded to the CampFire even though I promised myself that I would not get involved in any disaster in 2018.  I have immense wisdom, but I’m getting exhausted from this work, but also stronger in wisdom and value.  It is a strange dichotomy.

To those supporting my vision you have my eternal gratitude!  The resiliency model WILL happen.  =)

To those grieving from their own home loss, I offer you these words.  (Click here)

Thank you for your interest. ~ Kimberly

Lessons from those who lost their homes so you can protect yours.

California firestorms in the past 4 years have reached historic proportions in size and number of homes destroyed.

With my humble resources and immense passion I responded, learned and helped where possible.  The wisdom gained is immense.

With what was learned, the question now is how can we improve the outcome of these catastrophic events?

I am collaborating with experts and individuals on some specific initiatives . Thank you to everyone who contributed to relief efforts in any capacity that was within your ability.

No one will have the perfect answer in disaster relief, but a willingness to be part of the solution is what we need.

These are words I live by everyday, that are helpful for the most complex of challenges we face:

...what binds us together is greater than what drives us apart, and that if enough people believe in the truth of that proposition and act on it, then we might not solve every problem, but we can get something meaningful done. ~ Barack Obama, The Audacity of Hope, 2006