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I live in an area that does get some snow
The local sheriff’s office asked non-essential people to stay home. I am a nonessential (not fire, police, etc). 🙂 And even though we know that back east is used to storms like this regularly, Arizona (even northern Arizona) is not. Our little town doesn’t even have a true snow plow as storms like this only come by once every 10 years or so.
So, my question for you…. WERE YOU READY?
I saw photographs of our local grocery stores with empty shelves for milk and bread. I am blessed to be able to not only teach preparedness classes in my community, but I also live by those standards. One book that I use and follow the calendars in, is the LDS Preparedness Manual. Although I personally am not LDS, I do have a physical copy and digital copy of this book in my household. And I have learned so many things from it.
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So, my family was READY! There was no need for us to venture out to the grocery store. We have the supplies that we need here. We didn’t have to fight the crowd and today is day 3 held up in the house… And I don’t have the need or desire to venture out.
What can you do to prepare for the future? Every paycheck, purchase a few extra can goods that you can save. Purchase a case of water and put it aside. Think ahead before your area has a minor disturbance in the force.”
For our household, I want to make sure that we are more prepared for our animal feed, for that just in case experience.
God bless you all and let me know if there is any information that I can dig up for you on being prepared.Thank you for visiting KrisandLarry.com - We are a homschooling, homesteading family from Arizona.
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