I don’t know if you read the comments, especially on the preparedness issues, but would you please take the time to go to the post this morning and read comment number #4. Here’s the link to the comments.
Joyce, you’re in my prayers and if there’s anything I can do to help you, please let me know. If you’re a quilter, when you’re back up and running, maybe we can host a “quilting shower” or a knitting shower for you . . whatever I can do to help you, I will do and I’m sure many of my blog readers would be happy to help you and let you know we care about you!
Fire is my biggest concern living here in rural central Texas during a drought so her comment really hit home with me.
Also, this past month, with the medical issues, I realize how dependent we are, and probably always will be, on so much that’s outside our control. We can stock up on medical supplies as much as possible, first aid supplies, etc. but when a kidney stone hits, or worse . . heart attack, gall bladder, aneurysm, and things along that line, we all need outside help FAST.
We do the best we can but sometimes, it’s the slap across the head that brings you back down a notch and makes you realize most of us can never be totally ok without the systems we rely upon.
That’s what this prepping challenge is all about . . finding our strengths and our weaknesses and doing what we can to improve where improvement is needed, and share with others to help them improve where needed.