Good morning pack – I hope we’ve all had a great week of prepping. :-D
Before we start with this weeks “What did you do to prep this week” blog segment, I’d like to thank Connie H, Ken J, Stephen M, George M, Lisa F, Dianna H, Thomas C, and John F for their generous donations via PayPal this week.
Thank you all so very much for your support. I and the Wolf Pack appreciate it greatly – thank you for helping keep The Survivalist Blog.net up, running and free for everyone… :yes:
I would also like to thank everyone for their prayers – Faith (my dog) is getting a little better everyday, she is now able to stand by herself and is walking. She still isn’t completely normal, and will fall if she tries to go fast.
I’m still using the towel under her stomach to help her hold her balance, but thank our lord she is doing better… I have faith that in a couple more weeks she will be able to walk normally on her own. :clap:
My mother always told me “The Lord answers every prayer… sometimes the answer is yes, sometimes no and sometimes not yet”. I have a great mom.
Okay, let me see… what did I do to prep this week?
Besides the normal day-to-day work around my place (I don’t want to bore you with the details of my shoveling chicken poop) not a lot this week.
I’ve saved my “prepping funds” hoping to save enough in a few weeks to buy a larger gun safe (I like this one – but it’s not going to happen. I’ll have to go cheaper… a lot cheaper, Under $1,000 cheaper :-( ).
Okay, let me see here… what else…
Paladin Press sent me several new books (they send me their newly published books and DVD’s to get my feedback) including Eating On The Run, Living on The Edge, Creating The Low Budget Homestead and Arming For The Apocalypse. I’ve not had time to read all four books in detail but they all looked like good additions to the survival library during my initial flip through.
Max Velocity (great pin name!) also sent me copies of his two books – Contact!: A Tactical Manual for Post Collapse Survival, Rapid Fire!: Tactics for High Threat, Protection and Combat Operations.
Well folks, that’s it for me this week… What about YOU. What did YOU do to prep this week ?:-)