I try pretty hard to convince my husband (and myself) that we really need to work on our food storage.
I must not be very convincing.
*sigh, my mother in law would be so disappointed.
She isn't LDS (latter day saint), but she IS super prepared for disaster! If you go to her house I dare you to look under ANY sink. There you will find flashlights, first aid stuff, and... food! Gold fish crackers are usually hidden under bathroom sinks. But yea, every single place she can hide a bottle of water, a box of canned soup or crackers, you will actually find it there.
Very impressive mother Lou.
She told me once that her idea is simply to buy an extra pack of something at Costco every time you go, and slowly build your stores. Then after five years, go through and donate the ones that have a year left on the expirations and keep going.
From my pitiful display above, you can see I am trying to do that. But I'm also trying to work on our "Three Month Supply," as Heidi labels it. (man who knew she was so on top of things! Cool on you Heidi!) So my three month supply is a combo of Costco boxed items, and items that we commonly use- like chicken broth and Ritz crackers.
We are working on the water supply. But every time I buy an extra thing of water bottles we start drinking them.. So that isn't going great.
However, if toilet paper is what you are looking for, We've got it!! We are completely prepared for disaster when it comes to having extra rolls laying around. Check! (there may have been once or three times that we threw toilet paper in the cart instead of paper towels.. )