Content warning: this is set in my Planners setting (a very large organized family of preppers) and involves the current pandemic situation
The Family had a plan for nearly everything, and they created at least two new plans every year.
They had a plan for this.
Small catastrophes – something that was small by the Family’s gauge at least – they were more than set to deal with without barely blinking. They did their normal grocery shopping, did their normal gardening, and when the orders came to minimize social contact, those few family members who weren’t comfortably set up to work-from-home were quickly set up to do so. Cases were Family were furloughed – some jobs you just can’t do home – there was a Family emergency fund to support them, or, in many cases, there was something for them to do.
An organization like the Family always had work that needed to be done. Considering the bad experiences they’d had a time or two with outsiders who came to work for them and then wrote or recorded a tell-all- some lies, some truth, and some truth as badly skewed as possible – the family preferred to keep those jobs close, preferring Family and Friends-of-Family for everything possible.
So they, as a family, and as individuals, were set. Continue reading