Hello all, I have an issue, but 1st a little on myself. I've been an out doors kind of person since I was a kid and was a Boy Scout for years. When I was younger I enjoyed camping and bushcraft. I took the Boy Scout moto, of being prepared, very seriously, and have always maintained some level of preparedness. Well now that I'm getting older and wiser :roll: I find myself thinking about being prepared for bigger emergencies, and longer periods, than previously. I am the kind of person that would like to be prepared for 90 days. I believe that is a very real and easy number to chew on. Here is my issue. My wife. I love her to death but she lives in this little bubble of work and social media, and nothing outside the bubble is really that important. She see's things at extremes, If I mention not being prepared for something she rolls her eyes and gives me a look like "you are crazy, we are not building a bunker." When I bring up something like water, she says we have plenty. Water is a perfect example. We get Poland Spring delivered to the house, 20 gallons (4 bottles) every month. At one time I had 45 bottles (225 gallons) on hand at all times. Well when she realized that, she cut our order now I'm down to, with today's delivery, 7 unopened bottles of water. When I say we should pick up some more first aid supplies, she laughs and says next time we go to the store you can buy a box of band-aids. I'm gonna loose my mind soon. Has any one else dealt with this before? I'm sure someone has? Any advice?