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Thursday, November 18, 2004

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M E-L

Since 9/11 I've been carrying *a lot* of stuff around on me. I have a kit that I toss into whatever I bag I've got. It now includes: two breathing masks, a swiss-army multi-tool, a flashlight, one of these, even though the possibility that I'll have to light a fire is pretty remote. Plus other non-disaster stuff, like pens, a sharpie, a notebook, change, band-aids, crayons and a small coloring book and balloons for the kids, breath mints, paper clips, kleenex, etc. Oh, and water of course. Maybe it's paranoid of me, but it does make me feel a bit better.

Also, we have $100 in singles and fives stashed away at home -- remember, if you only have 20s, you won't be able to buy much.

I found this site to be pretty helpful.

GraceD

This is effing brilliant, Liz. Thank you.

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