Month: March 2011


Earthquakes, floods, and other disasters can seriously disrupt normal life. Services may not be available, transportation may be cut off and roads may be blocked. In some cases, you may be forced to evacuate. Be ready to respond to any situation by assembling and maintaining a Disaster Supplies Kit. WaterPlan on one gallon of water per person per day. Store water in plastic containers such as soft drink bottles. Avoid using containers that will decompose or break, such as mason jars or glass bottles. Use water for health. Because water is so important to human survival, it should never be withheld. Drink at least two quarts per day, as long as supplies last, and look for alternative sources.FoodStore at least a three-day supply of no-perishable food. Choose foods that require no refrigeration, cooking, or preparation and are compact and lightweight. If food must be cooked, include a can of sterno. Food suggestions: Ready-to-eat canned meats, fruits, and vegetables Canned juices, milk, soup (if powdered, store extra water) Staples-sugar, salt, pepper High energy foods-peanut butter, jelly, …

Preparing for KG

Vierte will be attending KG class this September and slowly we are preparing him to be on his own. Last month we bought him a toddler car seat and convinced him that Mom stays with Daddy on the front seat while he’s at the back. He’s ok with it as long as we have tv monitor on and water on the side. Kumon maze and some worksheets. I’ve found several sites which allows me to print worksheets on tracing lines. Now he knows how to hold a pencil. We are doing 2 worksheets daily.