In the confused aftermath of the massive earthquake, devastating tsunami, and the electricity shortages, we're facing the panic-buying: canned goods, batteries, bread and bottled water have vanished from store shelves.
I was so surprised to see the news reporting one woman bought three big cabbages at the supermarket.
Must be crazy!! Does she live on cabbages?
Of course the Japanese government and the media have been warning consumers not to hoard.
Foods, water, and batteries are necessary for our daily lives now, but above all, flashlights are needed under the unclear rolling blackouts.
Eigonoie tried to get flashlights to prepare for the blackouts, but all the flashlights were sold out at any shops.
The only lights I brought from my house are here.
Hmm...better than nothing.
Forewarned is forearmed(^o^;)