posted on Feb, 25 2009 @ 03:05 AM
My husband is the same way.
I feel alone and heavily burdened by this.
Ive talked to other family members about the seriousness of the U.S and the world situation and try to tell them what is going to happen, but the
response is "I know"........
But no one is preparing but me!!!
I've talked till I am blue in the face. I am gonna stop talking and go about my own business and keep trying to stock more food and supplies for
myself, husband and kids. Even if they think I'm losing it.
But, I know how the situation will follow....
I and my own will be somewhat prepared, I don't think you can be over prepared because a situation may arise that you didn't think about, but at
least I will have a head start on the rest of them.
SHTF and then is when the rest of the family is gonna cry because they wasn't prepared, didn't plan and won't have a clue what they are gonna
I wouldn't let other family members starve, but I won't be able to feed all of them. What is a person suppose to do in this scenario? Leave them
I am getting depressed doing this on my own and trying to think of every possible situation that could arise and what I would need.
We have a wood stove and about 50 acres of woodland. I don't worry about staying warm in the winter. We have springs all over the place that I can
get fresh water...
We own cattle and chickens. Thats part of our food supply.
We grow about a 2 acre garden every year and I preserve food.
Ive bought up OTC meds, first aid items and the list goes on.
My husband is a hunter. He knows all kinds of wild things that can be eat like greens and berries. He is a jack of all trades. He can build and make
I hope this disaster doesn't come our way, but if it does I hope that my husband will look at me and say, "Honey, I am so glad you put up all that
food and supplies. Then is when I will smack him......