Sad to say, but I have actually written two posts since my last post here, only to find that said posts were eaten except for the title. Very discouraging, and also the reason that I then just posted on my original site because I didn’t want to possibly write it out a third time… The first time it happened I just figured it was a glitch, but after the second time, I don’t want to write a long post with pictures, etc., only to have it disappear. Sooo, I am just going to share a short thought and link and see what happens…
I think, and have seen authors of other websites express the same opinion, that attitude is a large part of being prepared. A great ability to have in the midst of an emergency is to stay calm and just do the best you can to meet the challenges presented. I recently viewed this video about a poster that was to be used in a time of war in Britain, but that wasn’t found until much more recently. The sentiment of the poster, however, is one that I like and that I feel would be easier to follow if we have done our best to prepare for whatever emergency might present itself (loss of job, medical emergency, rising food/fuel prices, etc.) by having put aside provisions and learning needed skills.
The more of us who prepare ahead to be able to “keep calm and carry on” (and perhaps help others as well, an aspect which is clear in the pictures associated with WWII in the linked video) the better….
Here’s hoping this will post in its entirety–thanks for reading!