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A Prepper's Purse Part 1

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Dawn Cierelli (2 months ago)
I love your videos, BTW :)
Rain Country (2 months ago)
Thank you Dawn!
Dawn Cierelli (2 months ago)
Hi Heidi! :) What a great video! You know, I would have a "survival" bin ALWAYS in the back of my van--my husband used to make fun of me until.....we needed it! He doesn't make fun of me anymore---now, he says "should I put this in 'the bin'?" It actually opened our eyes to just being prepared...so if you never have to use it---great! So funny, but I'm really glad that he's on board....we think of "what if" now...really great video. Thank you! Have a blessed day out there....:))))
Rain Country (2 months ago)
Funny how those common real life events can really change a person's view on being prepared!
Lelafaye Andrews (5 months ago)
What about you r protection ?
M Lo (9 months ago)
What are the essential oils you use for headaches MR RAIN?
Rain Country (9 months ago)
I use my own blend of rosemary, lavender, and peppermint.
Kimberly A Neel (10 months ago)
I luv the lighter with electrical tape!
Sophie's Choice (11 months ago)
YAY! I'm not the only one who carries a tape measure with her! I also carry 2 or 3 knives, a sewing kit, flashlight, and a small pair of folding scissors, paracord....you never know....Knee highs are also a good carry along. They can be used for temporary fan belts, or what have you. We live in the NE where it gets very cold in winter, so I keep wool blankets in a bin also, and we keep some water jugs as well for the radiator...we even needed water for some brakes that decided to get so hot they were smoking.
Rain Country (11 months ago)
Great ideas!
kimberly hilliker (11 months ago)
Yes, prepper bag aka Mom Bag. We always have to carry stuff we think others may need. I also always carry a lighter. Front right pants pocket...along with my inhaler.
pat buford (11 months ago)
Thank you for sharing. Great idea! Love the purse.
Ruby Moon (1 year ago)
Hello Heidi.. I want to get a kabar knife for my purse. Where and what kind do you have? Thanks for the great ideas..ftom MO
Ruby Moon (1 year ago)
Hello to Rain country! About how long is ur kabar? I hope you do a video. From MO
Rain Country (1 year ago)
This reminds me, I was asked to do a video on that very thing, I need to get to it! haha! I got my knife from a local store and it is a fixed blade - that is the one I wear but I also have several folding knives that I always keep on hand.
Yvonne Johnson (1 year ago)
Great video, thank you for sharing your tips. I like the idea of having extra keys, I need to do that. I like your purse to
Rain Country (1 year ago)
Thank you Yvonne! It is a fun purse, I made myself two of them and switch off from time to time
Tammy S (1 year ago)
Love it! Thank you for sharing!
avonleanne (1 year ago)
i became a prepper BECAUSE Im a mom, and the thought of not having what my family needs is not happening for me! =)
Rain Country (1 year ago)
Denise View (1 year ago)
I'm a non smoker too & always carry a lighter also. The purse I made has a name tag inside the waste band that holds my keys. I enjoy your videos.
Kellie p-b_FAM (1 year ago)
love that purse! 💚💚💚
Rain Country (1 year ago)
Thanks! I am going to start selling them again soon :)
Mountain 🏔 Girl (2 years ago)
Are you on the Pacific Northwest?
Rain Country (2 years ago)
Bett Doug (2 years ago)
Thanks for the good idea, you never know when you may have to go...
My Mobile Homestead (2 years ago)
you should do a collaboration. I would love to share what's in my purse.
never thought my purse was a prepper bag. but I have always carried all that stuff in mine.
Rain Country (2 years ago)
Nice! :D
JM at The Nuthouse (2 years ago)
"Leaving the house without a knife is like leaving without your britches" ~ my Papaw I've taken that throughout my life. Knives are one of my favorite things to gift. :) Yeah, I have weird friends who appreciate them. lol
JM at The Nuthouse (2 years ago)
I do believe there were a lot of us who had stars in our eyes looking at a Swiss Army knife! :)
Rain Country (2 years ago)
Love the quote! Even though I was not taught this way as a child, I always had wanted a pocket knife to have with me at all times. Back then I really wanted the Swiss Army Knife, that was the original Leatherman! haha
Our Island Acres (2 years ago)
I started carrying a lighter for all of the kids birthday parties we went to. No one smoked, so I saved a lot of parties with that thing.
Rain Country (2 years ago)
Haha! That is great!
Chris B (2 years ago)
Thanks. I have go bag and such in my truck but never really thought about the purse. Makes sense. I like you though have several knives around in case of need. But part of that came about because my husband is part Native American. I have learned many survival tips from him. I always carry parachute cord but it can be cumbersome. I like the lightweight cord that you have. I also have many pairs of old jeans and never thought about the many different size pockets and their usefulness in a bag. You have given me other things to think about. Looking forward to seeing your other bags. Peace and blessings.
Rain Country (2 years ago)
Thank you Chris! :D
Jackie Dalton (2 years ago)
Cute purse!
Rain Country (2 years ago)
Cyd Leger (2 years ago)
Practical and useful yet it does not scream out PREPPER - unless it needs to! Good solid advise, thanks.
Rain Country (2 years ago)
Cyd Leger (2 years ago)
That is a great idea to use a tin to hold a sewing kit.I am stealing it from you ! Thanks~ :)
Rain Country (2 years ago)
"Unless it needs to" Love that and so true! :D To me it is mostly just common sense stuff. I still need to made up a little sewing kit to put into one of my empty ginger mint tins
SingingHills byKim (2 years ago)
When I was a kid my family went camping every summer. One year my dad couldn't get out of work as early as my mom wanted to leave so she packed my brother and I up in the car with a cooler of food, some lawn chairs, and our bathing suits and we headed to camp where dad was supposed to meet up with us later that night. When we got there mom realized that she didn't have anything to start a fire with. We searched the whole car (my dad was a smoker so we thought just maybe there would be a spare pack of matches in there somewhere). With no matches to be found, mom decided to try using the cigarette lighter (that used to be standard in every car) and an old cigar found in the glove box to light some dead leaves and bark. She was a little green around the gills for a while but It worked perfect. Love your stories and your videos Heidi.
Rain Country (2 years ago)
love that! Thanks for sharing!
Lesley Harris (2 years ago)
hi, never thought of myself as a prepper but I carry every thing you do plus first aid kit and mini sewing kit, but no knife its not allowed in England
Rain Country (2 years ago)
I have yet to put together a mini sewing kit, keep meaning to. Thanks for the reminder. As far as the first aid kit, well, that is in part two :)
Dina Crislip (2 years ago)
Love the ideas of more than one knife kinda like different ones, will add that to my purse, I am trying to prep it's a slow process due to money but I try 👍🏻 I always have my 9mm on me lol just never know anymore 😱 love the tape ideas too going to add that 😀
Rain Country (2 years ago)
Thanks Dina :D
Your right! Planning...be prepared...Prepper! It just makes good sense. I want the purse!!!
Rain Country (2 years ago)
:D They are fun purses, and I love all the pockets. Recycled jeans and a little extra fabric for the lining is all you need
Love your purse and just reminds me I need to update and switch out some stuff that I carry with me. I keep a bag in my car, but I really should have a smaller bag that I keep with me. LOVEEE the idea with the electric tape on the lighter that's a great tip. Thanks for sharing.
Rain Country (2 years ago)
Thank you Anita :)
My daughter said, mom that's you, hahhahaha, extra crochet hooks , lighters, etc.
Rain Country (2 years ago)
Haha! Cool!
pennwoodsman (2 years ago)
thank you for the smiles!,.god bless ya,ll!
Rain Country (2 years ago)
Thank you Penn!
SG WOODWARD (2 years ago)
Any mama that's had to pack a diaper bag or take a baby on a trip is a pepper! What was in the small tin that was ginger flavored? I've seen on Pintrest where folks have assembled an emergency sewing kit or first aid kit, using an Altoids tin or large prescription bottle. Your video worked. Now I'm mentally taking inventory of what's in my purse and car. I need to prep.
Rain Country (2 years ago)
I did link to the ginger mints in the description box. They are all natural and organic. I like the tins better than the Altoid ones too. Seem a bit more sturdy to me for reusing for things like you said
ChrisDee Caregiver (2 years ago)
I really enjoy the Rain Country videos. I learn something new every video so I thank you for that. Was that a quilt or a tablecloth under your purse? Did you make it? I really like it. I'm a quilter too. We carry a lot of the same things in our purse. I also keep a whistle on my key chain. Never know when you might need it. Peace and Blessings!
Rain Country (2 years ago)
Whistle comes into play in Part 2 ;) Yes, it is a quilt and yes, I made it. That is my big chest freezer. I throw a quilt over it to make it both pretty and help insulate it for better efficiency :D
Darlene Schreiber (2 years ago)
I have a little tape measure in my purse....and it's a pink heart! Yes...Tom's had to use it in Home Depot. *LOL*
Rain Country (2 years ago)
Danny's Corner (2 years ago)
well done :) glad you have some things with you cause things happen :)
Rain Country (2 years ago)
LindyTN (2 years ago)
We are such kindred spirits. I am a knife girl too and always have been. I used watch my dad use his pocket knife for everything and I was fascinated. He kept it razor sharp and could perform surgery if necessary. We dare not show him we had a splinter in our finger. lol Do you keep that knife on your belt concealed when you go out? I would love to see a review on that knife. I like the Leatherman too. I bought the Surge years ago and that thing is so heavy you could use it for a boat anchor. I bought it to have with me on horse trail rides. It is not uncommon for a horse to step in old wire fencing and get tangled. You want to be able to cut him loose before he tears himself up. It is also good for electric wire fence mending. I am looking for a small leatherman with scissors. love the leatherman scissors. And I love that patchwork purse you made. I too like the purse inside the purse for the same reasons as you do. I love those little purses you made to carry different things too. So handy. And the cloth means it is all washable, which I really love. I will look for your video on that patchwork purse.
Rain Country (2 years ago)
I open carry for a couple of reasons, partly because of the size, it is not very big but may be a bit over the limit to conceal carry one that size. I also open carry to get people used to seeing such things again and not freak out. I am sure you know what you mean. Most people around here are so used to seeing me with it, they think nothing of it any more.
OldAlabamaGardener (2 years ago)
Mrs. Rain nice video! Your hands and fingers are so delicate! OAG
Rain Country (2 years ago)
Thank you OAG :)
Tee Teresa Flory (2 years ago)
I need to update my mom/grandma prepper kits. You are right about us already having a natural prepper mentality. I never thought of it that way, thank you! I have always had an emergancy road side kit and first aid kit in my car, just need to update it😊Thank you for the links too, so helpful! Love and prayers💛
Rain Country (2 years ago)
Thank you Tee!
Mr. Dirt (2 years ago)
Good system. And don't mind the detractors saying you did it wrong: preparedness is a very personal thing, and what works for them doesn't mean it'll work for you or me. Good Video, Heidi. Looking forward to seeing the future ones.
Rain Country (2 years ago)
Thank you Jon!
weetreebonsai (2 years ago)
FullSpectrumSurvival (2 years ago)
Enjoyed. Thanks for the video RCH!
Rain Country (2 years ago)
Thank you!

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