I've gained knowledge, the number one tool in surviving hardtimes & hardships. I now have chicks, I'm working on getting rabbits & I've recently met someone whom is willing to allow me the use of some of her land for large animals. I've begun the journey of self-protection.
I want to be prepared for a pandemic (Spanish Flu of 1918; swine flu), a natural disaster (Katrina, tornadoes, blizzards) or something only devastating to my own family- a death or a job loss. Sometimes, something as simple as being without water for 12 hours has crossed our path, and we're ready with the storage of gallons & gallons of water. It doesn't mean the end of the world when you think of preparing for survival. Some of the things I've just listed are things that happens as often as a drought in Georgia. It happens as often as you change a newborn's diaper.
So if you are interested in learning or sharing how to prepare for uncertain times, stop by & join Prepwise. We look forward to hearing from you!
**Prepwise is a predominantly Christian Community, but we have different walks among the members. Please don't feel frightened off because of this.