Sunday, September 25, 2016

September Preparedness Month (25)

Today's task will require a little thought and a few dollars. Remember the honest day's food storage? Well, today we are going to throw in a few food treats to bring the spirits up.

Cold weather? Hot chocolate for the kids, a special hot tea for the wife, a percolator for the parents sake and kid's well-being, a small bottle of Baileys for that coffee, and/or marshmallows for the fireplace are all good ideas.

Hot weather? A packet of Gatorade, sweet tea, and other cold beverages to go with those frozen water bottles from day three would be a welcome treat.

A few well stocked items could brighten an otherwise dark day. What are some treats for your family that you can think of storing today for tomorrow?

One task every day, one small task....for a better prepared community - K


  1. I have honey and sorghum molasses(not the nasty stuff in the grocery isle) and they can be mixed with raisins and nutmeg to make a dessert out of yogurt or oatmeal. Might not sound thrilling but after a while away from soda and other sweets it is a tasty treat.

    1. Naturally occurring sugar is so hard to find in nature and I'm sure that even a teaspoon of sugar on some rice would taste like heaven after a few months without it.