they are doing a fine job of it.
I understand this virus is no laughing matter. It is insidious in how it is spread and heartbreaking in the way it takes lives. It has ground our great nation to a halt in a way that nothing else could.
I have come to believe there is much we are not being told. Frank and Fern have posted an article that mirrors the conclusions I have found. Please go read it, for it tells the story much better than I can.
I was wrong to set aside preparing simply because it may be more difficult now with all the restrictions that have been put into place. We may need every jar of canned vegetables, every bag of rice and every every can of tuna we have set aside before this thing goes away, if it ever does. We need to learn everything we possibly can in order to survive. There are videos and articles out there to teach us how to bake bread, how to fix things instead of buying new, what herbs to use when medicines are no longer available. Watch a movie once in a while, for we do need distractions, but the ones who are most apt to survive hard times are the ones who know how to do stuff.
In this time of isolation, staying in touch with friends and family is important. My family calls to check on me. I email back and forth with friends. It all helps to keep our spirits up. We can not let all of this bring us down. We are a strong people and we will survive.
Keep on prepping. Keep on praying. We are all in this together.
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