Our family is no stranger to ER visits. In one year, we had 4 visits to the ER. Three of those involved gushing blood. Since then, we have been back once with a broken bone.
The last visit was a result of going sledding on a hill in back of the elementary school. We only been sledding for about 10 minutes and my son was crying out in pain.
We knew something was wrong because he couldn't lift his arm. Sadly, all our visits to the ER have always been the same child.
He cried as we went to the hospital, "Why is it always me?" We told him maybe it is teaching him something about making safe choices. (Let us hope it is teaching him that.)
With these experiences, we have learned how important it is to be prepared. More than once we have asked the ER when they are going to start selling that "glue" they use instead of stitches. Well, in this giveaway there are some pretty cool stuff.
This Giveaway includes the latest in First Aid technology. It includes:
WoundSeal with Applicator- an alternative to stitches to stop bleeding.
Wrap-It-Cool- for sprains, bumps, and bruises
QuikClot 2"x2"- for arterial or fatal bleeding wounds
Burn-Out Gel 4 oz.- for smaller burns and sunburns
Burn-Out Dressing 4"x4"- for larger burns if all types
Reflect on the advice that Bishop Keith McMullin gave a few years ago as a way to prepare. He gave three suggestions,
"Unencumber your life."
"Lay up in store."
Keith B. McMullin, “Lay Up in Store,” Ensign
Leave a comment on your insight into how to "unencumber your life."
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Giveaway ends Friday Oct. 7, 11:59pm (Eastern).