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Spring Snow

Spring Snow

A few scenes from the “snowquester” at our house. At one point, the power went out for several hours, testing our emergency preparedness capabilities. The supplies we ended up needing were: While the schools closed for 3 days this week, my poor homeschooled children can’t […]

Shopping During an Emergency: A Reminder of Why it Pays to Stockpile

Shopping During an Emergency: A Reminder of Why it Pays to Stockpile

  Some people are not convinced that it is necessary to stock up on key supplies and keep them on hand in case of emergency.  Sometimes I feel the same way.  Why should we keep all this “stuff” on hand that takes up space and […]

Sample Emergency Food Plans for Men, Women and Children

Sample Emergency Food Plans for Men, Women and Children

To start my 2011 off right, I need not to be dragging the emergency food storage planning forward with me. ☺ So, I present to you my draft 6-day plans for men (2,500 calories) women (2,000 calories) and a few ideas for meal planning for […]

Emergency Food Storage Update: 4 Breakfasts and 6 Snacks

Emergency Food Storage Update: 4 Breakfasts and 6 Snacks

Time is running out for my 30-day emergency meal plan! I am still hard at work on it with just a few more calculations to run. In the meantime, I wanted to share the breakfasts and snacks I have come up with so far. My […]

Emergency Food Storage Update: 6 Lunch Options

Emergency Food Storage Update: 6 Lunch Options

It is a good evening to be thinking about emergency preparedness.  Today, the Fredericksburg area received several inches of snow.  My children are in heaven!  They love snow and I think it is great too. Snow does make it hard to get around, however.  While […]