Monday, September 15, 2008

i am thankful

our town is out of bread. the shelves are empty. houstonions have been wrongly told by the media to come to our little town for gas and food. now we are running out. there is a mild panic here. so as we set to serve those who are taking refuge here, and getting ready to open our house to our 2nd wave of evacuees, i am thankful that i know how to make bread. because to be honest, i didn't even know about the shortage...

3 comments:

Mandy said...

i think that means you now officially live in the cone of uncertainty for bread and gas.

Farmer Brad said...

When we heard that our little town was being wiped out of supplies, we quickly thought, we better get to the store. Then we realized we didn't need anything. We have plenty of food to last for a few months, and just needed to store some water in case the power was out. It feels good to know that we are prepared for emergencies like this. Preparedness also equips us to serve others better. Homesteading = security.

farm mom said...

I am so glad that you were naturally prepared, and so caring enough to share.