A couple of years ago, when water started dripping through our ceiling at the top of the stairs during a rather heavy rainfall, to grab buckets and towels was not my first choice. I climbed into the attic (no easy feat) and dragged a box of videos to safety. I rummaged through the box and wrenched out one particular video. It was the only copy I have of Scott and Charlene's wedding in Neighbours, from 1988. Clutching it to my breast, I climbed down the ladders, stashed it in a safe place in the bedroom, then went hunting for a bucket to catch the now near-waterfall of water coming through the broken tiles...
So, assuming that all family members, pets and photographs are safe, in an emergency, what would you rush to save?
(I think it goes without saying that I'd also save my Filofaxes - I didn't really need to tell you that, did I?)
Neighbours Wedding - Full Episode (Part 1) (Part 2) (Part 3)
This blog post was written in conjunction with the Writing Workshop that is run by Josie at Sleep Is For The Weak. This was Workshop #20 and I used prompt #4 - Clear out a cupboard that you've not visited in years. You can find all the other Workshop posts >>> here <<<