I will be watching this guy. I think he is one of those that likes to poke fun at this thing of ours, but will be the first banging on our doors when something goes wrong.
As for me I missed that whole sharing lesson my parents tried to teach me.... lol
I grew up not far from there, but back then, it wasn't just tornados that you had to plan for, but being iced or snowed in, the water being too high and you can't cross the slab to get out, bad year for a garden, or whatever. It's changed a lot since then, there are a lot of city folk moving to the country and they insist on keeping city ways; shopping everyday, eating out, etc.
The whole world is changing like that. My mom gave me her mother's handwritten cookbook and the stuff in there is just awesome. I think that got me started looking into the way things were done in earlier times. It definitely helps my focus on how things will be if the power goes down for an extended period.
That is wonderful Amy. I run across so many women younger than I am who don't have a clue on how to cook. I used to know a woman that would call me when she wanted to cook so that I could talk her through it step by step.