For the past decade I have had a dozen gallons of water sitting in a corner of my basement, plus there is the water in my hot water heater, and a case of water bottles in the downstairs refrigerator, so I am good on water for a month or so in the event of TEOTWAWKI (The End Of The World As We Know It). I also have a month or two supply of canned goods in my pantry, which I rotate into cooking and then replace. I have a Bug-Out-Bag which I toss in the trunk of my car when I go on a day trip. So, yes I am prepared but that is the extent of it. Until today when I purchased a new reflective shirt and cap to keep in the car in case of emergency. Being prepared is a warm, comfortable feeling.
Caption: Not A Prepper Just Prepared
by Annmarie Throckmorton 2019