If your home was on fire and you only had time to grab 3 things, what would they be?
My Laptop is about the only thing I would got grab, everything else I need is usually in my pockets.
My dog, my purse, and my bailout bag (has emergency supplies in it).
Hm, I really don't know. Things don't include people I guess (otherwise, I'd grab my husband and 2 children )
I think I would take my bag (inside is my purse and a book) and some food.
The things a would take are my purse, the file of important documents and a box with all our photos, from before you could do them all on line. Everything else can be replaced. But all humans and animals come first.
I have been there. First grab prescriptions it is almost impossible to get them replaced before you're next dose. Second your ID you can't even get money from the bank without it. Third what ever you hold dear. All this assuming you already got the family out.
First, my 2 years old daughter, my government retirement papers and my car key.
I would grab a fresh pair of underwear, my laptop, and the fire extinguisher, to make sure my next house didn't burn down. xp
Why does this feel like a really dark job interview question?
If it is, I'd say a freshly ironed shirt, a can do attitude and my kettle for making tea, as I'm such a great team player.
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