I have an emergency packing list for stuff I should keep in my trunk. For safety. And so I’m ready for anything. Problem is, I don’t keep it very up-to-date.
I checked out the trunk of my car last night, and found a bunch of awesome “in case of emergency” gear:
- hiking boots
- tennis rackets and tennis balls
- running shoes
- casual shoes
- hand towel and beach towel
- full toiletries kit
- gym bag (including fresh undies and socks)
- travel mugs
- emergency casual clothes
- roof racks
None of these items are on my actual emergency packing list so…
While this is a bit ridiculous I sure could’ve used most of this stuff on the weekend. If only I had driven my car.
My emergency packing kit might have to wait a couple days because I have too many suggestions and not enough room. Plus I suspect a lot of my supplies are currently stashed in the back of my car and are in dire need of organizing.
Or, alternately, I’m going to have to buy a bigger purse.
At any rate, the logistics are a bit difficult and I’m going to take a day or two to make an excellent emergency packing list and hopefully a chart.
I’m also planning to post photos from Victoria and of the magnificent pumpkin carving party I attended last night. I tried a pumpkin stencil for the first time. It was awesome. I can’t wait to do more.
Oh, and I have a new math project, which is really good. It requires a lot of statistics and random variables. I’ve talked it over with a couple math-savvy friends who walk on the creative side of life and when the equation is ready, I will share the project with everyone.
Other packing lists
- Packing List for Canada
- Packing List: Multi-Trip Edition
- Basic Emergency Kit from the Government of Canada (actually helpful)
- And my personal favourite, Packing List for Malta
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