Plan A, B, or C

In light of our foolhardy and reckless potus doing his bumbling best to start a war with Iran, I felt compelled to tell Studly Doright what I would do if I found myself away from Doright Manor in a worst case situation.

“I’m getting home. Even if I’m miles from the house, and my car no longer runs. I’ll come home.”

“Okay,” he said.

“You’d come home, too. Right?”

“Of course. As soon as I could.”

That’s about the extent of our plan.

So, I jokingly/not jokingly asked my Facebook friends:

Even though none of them are “preppers” most had non-joking answers. One cans food and has a stockpile. Another has already thought ahead to getting enough propane to allow for hot meals. One has several cases of wine (if I can’t get home, guess where I’ll head).

A friend who lives in Taos, New Mexico, says he’ll journey out to the Taos Pueblo which has withstood the ravages of “civilization” for centuries. Still another said he’d just sit back and watch how it unfolds.

The thing about my plan is that if Studly is here with me that’s all that matters. We’ll be okay. And if we’re not okay, we’ll at least be together.

Seriously, let’s keep hoping that someone in authority practices common sense in these fractured days.

Peace, people.

Author: nananoyz

I'm a semi-retired crazy person with one husband and two cats.

22 thoughts on “Plan A, B, or C”

  1. Being in earthquake prone WA we constantly are reminded to store water and food, and have survival supplies/cash on hand, which I do but certainly not enough for something really extended.
    I do however live about 15 miles from a large military base. If that was targeted, or even Seattle to my north, it may not matter anyway :/

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  2. I’m with you. If my Hubby and kids are with me, then I’ll be good. Sadly, there are way too many times I’m here and they are off at work (at least a 45 minute drive from home) or school. Even if I had any kind of plans, I spend way too much time in an absolute panic, freaking out every single second until everyone was home.

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    1. I have a recurring nightmare that began when my kids were small. In it, we were in the direct path of a tornado and all of my family members were scattered around town. I frantically drove from place to place trying to round everybody up. It never ended well. Now, my children live halfway across the country from me in two completely different areas. All I could do is pray they’d be all right. At least they’re competent, level headed people married to similar types. They’d be okay.

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      1. Yep. … We also talk about the kwarter bren club, which is someone with a quarter of a brain. he would not qualify to be in that. If you google images of the brainless glob outer limits card you will get that image… x

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