Birth pains vs. Disaster kit

 Birth pains vs. Disaster kit

Birth pains vs. disaster kit…. Boy O boy did we have quite the weekend trying to put together a disaster kit, trust me it turned out to be a “simple kit.” All the trips back and forth to the store, reminded me of the prepared baby bag to go to the hospital for the big day. Well remembering back to those days, yes the family did get tired of all the false alarms, but when the “water broke” we were finally prepared!! This weekend was like that for us, the “what if’s” got us to thinking, so we started preparing because it would be better to be prepared than not, so we did start putting together a disaster kit. Hey, it isn’t easy I tell you! It’s hard to think up all that stuff, but ya’ll know it would be foolish not to be prepared, so good luck at the back and forth trips!!!!!


37 comments (Add your own)

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Mon, January 30, 2012 @ 12:38 PM

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Tue, January 31, 2012 @ 6:37 AM

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Wed, February 1, 2012 @ 10:17 PM

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7. Ito wrote:
Again in the last day I asked some expert with the eleonqut charts etc, where does it say verbatum in the bible seven years of tribulation I ask him to copy-paste the specific verse Yet he like all the others I asked Can not because they are caught in a delusional lie and intellectual Pride binds them to it so rather then appolgize or Confess their err, they play avoidance and circumvent games. The story is Always the exact same outcome. We rest our case!!! Court ajourned

Sun, May 27, 2012 @ 11:25 AM

8. Melody wrote:
I only picked your post to reply on and I don't usaluly even bother anymore but my heart goes out to you I know that it is true from my own testimony and experience and I have no reason to lie to you please, reconsider what you have said and investigate for yourself that Jesus is real and alive today, open your heart and receive God's free gift of salvation if you search for Him, you will find Him all who call on the name of the Lord shall be saved.

Sun, May 27, 2012 @ 11:26 AM

9. Bihibindi wrote:
PMDs make the assumption/assertion that when the Bible says Israel it means ehltary/physical Israel, but Paul said For they [are] not all (true/spiritual) Israel, which are of (earthly/physical)Israel: (inserted for clarification). The only people of God are those who are Abraham's seed are those who have faith in Christ (Galatians 3:29). THIS is True Israel, Jew and Gentile, the Church! This is God's nation, His chosen generation..royal priesthood, an holy nation 1Peter 2:9

Sun, May 27, 2012 @ 12:38 PM

10. Germanez wrote:
all this shows is that everything they were prmesisod was CONDITIONAL, there are many jews who are againt the establishment of israel saying it goes against the teachings of the torah because in there apperantly it sais that they cannot by them selves establish the land, and not by the UN either.besides ever wonder why the jews in israel are white?while every nation around them is of a brown colored skin?interesting.. why are they eastern-european like? because they converted to judaism!!

Sun, May 27, 2012 @ 1:46 PM

11. Devender wrote:
Thank you Malak. And I would like to take that opportunity to ask you if you wish to ask or read about any issue that is not avaliable on our site, just ask and I shall reply as soon as possible and I shall also publish as a post.

Sun, May 27, 2012 @ 4:22 PM

12. Salman wrote:
Ele Posted on Emma, I totally agree with youBuilding reiholtnsaips is crucial to any business, whether it's with a paying customer or not. People tend to buy from people they like so the first impression is important! Interesting article Emma, I look forward to your next posts

Sun, May 27, 2012 @ 7:47 PM

13. Sekete wrote:
Posted on Hi EmmaGreat Blog, and I couldn't agree more.I think whveater people dress it up as it's all about giving the customer a great experience. It's about being passionate about your business and giving a great lasting impression to those who come into contact with you and your team.

Sun, May 27, 2012 @ 8:39 PM

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Posted on Hi EmmaIt's great.The black background means I can't see the cuoeorld stuff underneath it very well but then it's probably because I'm facing into bright sunlight.My marketing head loves your tone and connection.

Sun, May 27, 2012 @ 10:27 PM

15. Jackson wrote:
Well, you can try calling her and asikng if there are better and cheaper ways you can communicate with each other. Take enough time on the phone to have an agreement on how to talk to each other. Some ways can be through letters or email, or cell phones if you have them and can be usable in the areas you're at. But the phone maybe the only option due to what's going on in Israel.

Mon, May 28, 2012 @ 3:02 AM

16. Carla wrote:
Oh how I LOVE my King Arthur dough whisk! It makes mixing the dough so much eaiesr than a spoon. I started baking bread several years ago because it made me feel closer to my grandmother who had passed away & she made fresh yeast rolls daily for as long as she was able. Many of my friends are in awe of the bread I make but I try to reassure them that it really isn't difficult. You just have to be patient & give the yeast time to do its thing ! Love your blog!

Mon, May 28, 2012 @ 5:24 AM

17. Socrate wrote:
Great question, L.S. I prlaonsely own a kitchen thermometer, but I rarely use it when I'm baking bread. I go by the rule that the liquids should feel slightly warm to the touch, but not hot. That has always worked for me. If you're not sure, go a bit on the cool side (or more lukewarm/room temperature) Your dough may rise a bit more slowly, but you won't risk killing the yeast.

Mon, May 28, 2012 @ 10:01 AM

18. Tsholofelo wrote:
I love Alton Brown!! : )I also love humums! I used to live in Boulder, CO and there was a cafe there that had THE BEST humums I've ever had. I've been trying to replicate the recipe for years. I'll give yours a shot too!

Mon, May 28, 2012 @ 10:26 AM

19. Erec wrote:
I really need to get cooinkg again. I have so many friends that make up their own recipes and I envy them!I've never been a big fan of hummus, but maybe that's because I haven't tried yours ;)

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23. Miguel wrote:
LOOOOVE Alton Brown! He's hilarious. We watch him all the time.Will have to check out the reicpe! I find hummus bland too, but if you've kicked it up a notch I might be willing to give it another go ;)

Tue, May 29, 2012 @ 11:01 PM

24. Navneesh wrote:
Bridget, Great tutorial! I've tried to make this dough twice using your *exact* recpie and instructions, and I just get a big flaky, crumbly mess. I can barely get the dough to come together. I'm in Chicago, it's winter, and my house is dry. Would you recommend adding any liquid to the dough - milk, or perhaps an extra egg? Thank you!

Tue, May 29, 2012 @ 11:46 PM

25. Teresa wrote:
Hecmi....the dough will be quite crumbly, do you'll need to knead it togtheer. The cookies are soft, not crisp. If you want a crisper cookie, roll them thinner and bake a bit longer. I wouldn't add more flour....that will dry them out. (I live where it's hot & humid, too.)

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Mon, August 6, 2012 @ 6:50 AM

30. Sostenes wrote:
Forgot to mention my faorvite parts SO FAR I love the interesting tid bits with little factoids.And when AB talked about his pup Matilda ah, it killed me. You could really feel his love for her. And to give her credits super sweet. As a huge dog lover and doggie owner it touched my heart! Great book! A must for any Good Eats and Alton Brown fan!

Mon, August 6, 2012 @ 10:20 AM

31. Maria wrote:
Lisa, just remember one of AB's frivaote lines: "Your patience will be rewarded."Now, if say I were to get a chance to interview him, you have my full permission to do a cyber-beat-down on me.

Mon, August 6, 2012 @ 11:49 AM

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Mon, August 6, 2012 @ 1:10 PM

33. Pgjpup wrote:
There is NO GREATER comfort food than hodemame Mac and cheese! I am drooling thinking about it but I am on a really low carb/low sugar eating plan. I hate it but I am losing pounds. I may have to fall off the wagon and have some mac and cheese soon though. (just one meal)

Mon, August 6, 2012 @ 11:17 PM

34. Sonia wrote:
if you don't like that much salt in the crust, season the roast with salt and peeppr about 30 mins before you add the crust . give the seasonings some time to penetrate the meat i would dust the roast with s p, let it sit, then use about half the salt in the crust.

Wed, August 8, 2012 @ 9:20 PM

35. Jenelle wrote:
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37. Andreia wrote:
That is way to much salt for me yuk! Oil, Salt, Oil, Salt, Oil, Salt, Oil, Salt that looks burnt and crappy I have never had a roast look like that. Maybe that paste could have wateid to be applied, like till dinner was over.

Sun, October 21, 2012 @ 2:39 AM

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