Monday, April 19, 2010

Meridian Magazine :: Emergency Preparedness: Skills Every Self-Reliant Child Needs to Know

Meridian Magazine :: Emergency Preparedness: Skills Every Self-Reliant Child Needs to Know As parents we have the responsibility to teach our children the skills they will need to live on their own... This is a wonderful list of skills... Please check it out.

8 Comments:

At 11:20 AM, Blogger Putz said...

i will read it later>>>thanks for all you do lucy

 
At 1:32 PM, Blogger Lisa said...

I thought I would not know how to do anything in the list but as I read it I realized that I did know how to do most of that stuff! Thank goodness!!

 
At 8:40 AM, Blogger Putz said...

so lucy, you did give me some well wanted medical advice and so now as promised i am giving you a long blog or i mean comment>>.hopefully it won't be on politics, i really don't know why we disagree so> i really don't like every thing our preident does, lucy>>i don't like his stand on abortion or his building up the war in the middle east>> BUT my comment is on health, my health>>.i don't know why i don't trust my doctor>>>>did you know he put my driver's license on restriction because i won't do exactly as he says>>>i can only drive 30 miles per hour in the daytime>>>my diabetis is really quite under control, however except for being tired alll the time>>>my blood surgar readings are from 100 to 150, not 950 like when i went into my coma years ago, my doctor just wants complete control of me>>>nice guy but he wants me to take two big horse pills a day and i have been trying to do it on less and i do watch my diet>>>i haven't had candy in years, and i eat fish, and chicken and not very much at one sitting and drink lots of orange juice and not pop, i eat oatmeal in the mornings and without the brown sugar>>.just plain>>>i am down to 162 now where i was at 209 when i went into my coma.>>i reead weight blogs all the time>>.ha ha, i guess i know that just reading weight blog won't do it>>>but i bet that does help me to understsand the mechanics of weight loss>>i wish i had something for my skin irratition however>>>i am sure the sensations in my feet and armas and back are from diabetis>>.i have an itch a lot and i suspect that it is from my condition they are from the blood sugar levels not be in line>>>i walk the dog 2 to 3 miles every single day so i do do positive things, i just don't like to listen to my doctor or take quite as much medicine as he directs, and i do get punished from him for it, how would you not to be able to drive just cause he decides//?//???????this morning not only do i have this itch, but also my arms acke>>>i think some nights i sleep in a bad position and wake up acky>>>so there you have it lucy< by the way isn't the gospel wonderful>>>i feel so lucky to be able to consider the lord's blessings for me >>.SO HOW did you like my long rant as promised by actually commenting on my diabetis blog>>>

 
At 8:57 PM, Blogger OldOldLady Of The Hills said...

Terrific list, Lucy....I need to brush up on some of those "skills", myself....lol!

 
At 1:34 AM, Blogger ginger said...

Danielle was telling me today that in the past week she has prepared a dinner, had a hair cutting party, repaired a car and hung hammock chairs from the ceiling all for her very impressed friends. She is surprised at how many things are easy for her that her friends wouldn't even try to do. Very rewarding.

 
At 9:10 PM, Blogger Big Dave T said...

Oh, oh. I think I'd flunk childhood now. I can't sew, bake, turn off utilities, do car maintenance, etc.

 
At 6:46 PM, Anonymous Jingle said...

interesting news.
pray for children!

 
At 6:47 PM, Anonymous Jingle said...

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