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Coping with loss: Notes from the heart of Vilonia

Posted By on Thu, May 1, 2014 at 11:07 AM

GONE: The Smith homesite in Vilonia. - THE HODGEPODGE DARLING
  • The Hodgepodge Darling
  • GONE: The Smith homesite in Vilonia.

David Koon draws my attention to The Hodgepodge Darling, a blog with a powerful essay about the blogger's friend, April Smith, and her husband, Daniel, who lost their two sons in Sunday's tornado, along with their Vilonia home. 

fund-raising website has already raised $53,000 to help the family.

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