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Message Subject Last minute tips for parents when the SHTF
Poster Handle Anonymous Coward
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Photos and items of sentimental value

When an event occurs, you might lose everything save that which is in your bug out bag. It would be great wisdom to find favorite photos and place them in several sealed waterproof bags. Of course you can't take them all, nor should you, but having several precious photos of family events or of cherished memories of friends, those might sustain you when all else is dark.

Imagine how hurricane survivors feel when they lose not only their possessions, but also their photos and items of sentimental value. Possessions can eventually be replaced. These items cannot.

As we age, we often lose the ability to fully recollect our memories. Seeing a photo or an item of this sort, and it jogs the memory. Some elderly folks may be in shock at the loss of such things, and worse, it can cause a kind of delirium. These items add a level of stability to their existence. They do for all ages, and creates a harmony and balance.

Imagine how important certain things are to children. They might entirely forget the faces of people who have “passed” if these photos are lost.

I know, it's a weight to carry, but better that than the huge emptiness that results from their loss.

I recently culled from my favorite photos, and have a special handful of my very favorite ones. They're carefully protected. I hope you do the same should you be forced to leave your homes.
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