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    Airbnb hots offer housing for Hurricane Dorian Evacuees

    Airbnb hots offer housing for Hurricane Dorian Evacuees

    Pretty amazing!

    “Airbnb hosts offering free housing for Hurricane Dorian evacuees, relief workers

    (WPDE) — With Hurricane Dorian bearing down on the Southeast and evacuations underway throughout the region, Airbnb hosts are being asked to open up their homes to evacuees and relief workers.

    More than 800 hosts have made their homes available for free to those evacuating the eastern coasts of Florida, South Carolina, North Carolina and Georgia.

    If you have available housing in the marked region, Airbnb asks that you consider opening up your home for those fleeing Hurricane Dorian.

    Our Disaster Response Program is now active to help those impacted by #HurricaneDorian in Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina and Alabama. Find temp accommodations here: http://abnb.do/6013EAGd9

    Article Written by Elizabeth Thomas, WPDE Monday, September 2nd 2019

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    Nebraska high school student Honors her father

    Nebraska high school student Honors her father

    This story is simply amazing and beautiful to say the least:

    “A Nebraska high school student's senior pictures are gaining thousands of interactions on social media.

    But they aren't your typical senior pictures, they are honoring her late father.

    Aurora High School senior Julia Yllescas's father died in 2008 when he was fighting for our country in Afghanistan. She said when she went to take her senior pictures, she wanted him to be there in some way.

    "Why it has hit my heart so hard is that I almost felt when I saw those pictures that he truly was there,” said Yllescas.

    On Saturday, Yllescas had her senior pictures taken and sent in pictures to the photographer to see if she could create an "angel picture".

    "And to have a piece of him with me throughout my senior year. Because sometimes it feels like where are you, why did you have to go,” said Yllescas.

    The two pictures she's received back so far show her sitting and standing next to a faint shadow of her father in uniform. 

    Her dad was injured by an IED in Afghanistan in 2008.

    He was flown to the National Naval Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland where he died a month later. Army Captain Robert Yllescas was then buried in Osceola, Nebraska.” By 

    To see the full video just follow think