"Today, I emphasize a most basic principle: home production and storage. Have you ever paused to realize what would happen to your community or nation if transportation were paralyzed or if we had a war or depression? How would you and your neighbors obtain food? How long would the corner grocery store—or supermarket—sustain the needs of the community?" (President Ezra Taft Benson)
I wanted this quote again because we are seeing first-hand what could happen. Now that the holiday travel season is upon us, it's important to keep staying safe with the pandemic still in full gear. My wish for all is to stay safe and to love one another.
Like Gus, I have been getting ready to nest for the winter, I have been finishing up deep cleaning projects. I am wanting to be in the warm sunshine working on fun projects that I have been gearing up for.
I have finished making the mixes I wanted to make. This will help me in meal preps.
I have great books to curl up with.
These are a few of the things I plan to work on while the storms rage outside. I want to build my skills and take time to slow down. We don't have to go go go all the time. Pop some corn, grab a blanket and a book...you know you want to.
Missy says have some food and litter or toilet paper in so you can weather any storm that may come. She also says have treats on hand too.