This is a fun read.
When it comes to snow-storm preparation, there are three kinds of people: Survivalists, Comfort-Junkies, and the Wilfully Oblivious.
Survivalists are easy to spot because their pantries are filled with canned beans. Survivalists have a weird passion for brown beans in tomato sauce. They also stockpile granola bars and those little containers of individualized apple sauce that are a staple item in kid’s lunchboxes.
Survivalists have back-up plans for their back-up plans. There is a case of Aquafina in their hall closet and a bucket of water sitting ready in the bathtub; lighters and waterproof matches in their kitchen junk drawer; and “family packs” of batteries in a plastic container that sits underneath another plastic container filled with candles.
Survivalists also have multiple styles of flashlight – big square ones, pocket-sized ones, some with bendy cords that wrap around stuff, and at least a couple that attach to your…
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