We are at such a critical point in the story, I can't wait. Deep down inside, I hope they go back and kill all the robbers, take their stuff and go to the cabin to ride things out...........
Ahhhh!!!!!! Lol...I wait all week for this!!.great story enjoying reading it..cant wait..thank you for sharing it with us
WHAT ELSE WILL FALL VICTIM TO THIS GOVERNMENT SHUTDOWN!?!?!?!?!??!? WHAT ELSE?!??!?!?!?!? IS NOTHING SACRED TO THE OBAMA ADMINISTRATION!??!?!?!?
My favorite comment of the week. Thank you.
I love the story and appreciate all the effort you put into it. If it needs to be late then so be it!
This is why I don't like survival books, They always have sad endings. This is the same, the good guys die, and then it is sad, why can't anyone write a survival book that is not sad??
Not to be negative; but when dealing with things such as TEOTWAKI scenarios, they aren't always pleasant. If (or when) something like this occurs, it might be way worse than what has been described in this storyline up to this point. I'm surprised more haven't perished yet. This is a hard reality that we all must face. The best we can do is prepare for the worst, but hope for the best; whether it's food/firearms prep, bugout procedures, setting up alternate locations to bugout to, etc...we must come to face this harsh reality. I hope it never happens, but with the way things are unfolding in this world, it is a bitter reality.
The ending won't be all sunshine, lolly pops and rainbows, but it won't be slit-your-wrist level of sadness, either. I'm just not that kind of a grim, doom-and-gloom writer. Otherwise I'd have killed off half the cast of characters by now :)
I know, but people have a tendency to look at things thru rose-colored glasses and situations like this are rather grim. I'm glad you're taking a positive swing on things and that is something that we need to remember (including yours truly) that there is hope and we can't let that go either. That is one of those things that separate groups or individuals from the rest of the pack; if you can keep that, it makes you try harder, regardless of your particular situation. This reminds me of something that I've heard before: Sometimes, survival is victory. Can't remember where I heard it, but it seems applicable in this instance. I don't expect all the remaining members to survive but, if some remain and if future generations carry on and flourish, so when civilization becomes civil again; they can take the reigns and move forward.
waiting with baited breath ....... and I HATE waiting! (where are my breath mints when I need them most darn it) :-P