One thing that could be missing from your disaster preparedness plan
Stay safe my friend(s)! 💕
So so so true! We have wonderful neighbors & a neighborly community in general. I grew up in a rural community and then later spent several years in a mountain community where we always had good friends but actual neighbors were scarce…..I’m now grateful for nearby neighbors who are ‘family’ in many ways. As we hunker down for this soon-to-arrive storm, it’s a good time to also reach out. Thank you for a great reminder. Be safe!!
Right on point Karen! When we downsized to a POD - it was stressful but fabulous! Love thy neighbor!
After my BFF and close neighbor took care of me a couple of days ago until the wee hours, I hobbled around yesterday and "got ready" for Hilary!! Living in OHCC is very special because we are true friends and neighbors who help in a million ways!! Stay safe and warm Karen and everyone!
Excellent article and very true! Neighbors are an important social network. Unfortunately some neighbors are strangers until a disaster arises and then all swarm around to assist in any way to save people from their burning home. This happened in my neighborhood when as house behind me burned and neighbors tried to break in but was too smokey for them to breath or see anything. Sad story, after the fire was put out, the resident was discovered. However, new friends were made and phone numbers exchanged. I love to see neighborhoods who have formed a social bond. Thanks for a good article. Be safe!
Another great article that is so on point; you and TK stay safe in that high rise! ❤️DeAnne