Worked getting everything outside put away or secured. Bottles ready for water & food thawing to make so have something to eat if electric goes out. I try to enforce to my daughter what to do in her home. Better safe than sorry because I have plants & deck furniture & a lot of things that must be taken care of. Being alone I have to be in control and know how to do things. Always be aware of your surroundings and how to do what has to be done. You never know when you may be in charge. Be safe.
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Those of us in hurricane country should be stocking up our hurricane supplies now. I buy several packets of the Starkist pre-made tuna salad since the sealed packets don't need refrigeration and I won't need to open the refrigerator door to get mayo. I also buy trail mix bars for the same reason.
When the power is off it is important not to open the refrigerator or freezer doors and let the warm air in. With the ready made tuna salad, a fresh loaf of bread, individual fruit cups and juice boxes, and granola bars I can do that. I also wash out plastic milk containers to fill with water.
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