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What if . . .
What if you can't get to the grocery store or, the store
shelves are empty or, you don't want to drive into town for any reason? You've
had a rough week and just don't feel like getting out, don't want to catch the
flu this season? There's ice on the roads! Or, maybe you just don't want
to drive your car and spend enormous sums on fuel. The recent natural disasters
may have you thinking it's time to build an emergency supply, or have an
emergency preparedness plan. (Domestic and emergency preparedness is highly
recommended by the Department of Homeland Security!)
If you aren't sure what or how much to purchase, consider what your family normally eats. If a disaster happens, natural or otherwise, children and grandchildren are most likely going to come home. I know if we're hungry (Phyllis' and Bruce's kids and grandkids) and we have no food, we can always go to their house to eat.