About 4 years ago, my mom started another little "side-project" - she started digging through an closet FULL of old family memories, trying to sort and scan all of our family photos and home videos onto her computer. With her "spare time" (which is a word I don’t think she really understands), she found a way to hook a scanner up to her computer and then proceeded to manually scan each photo - well over 1,500 of them.
There are over 5.4 million car crashes every year in the USA.¹ While we’d all like to think that we or our loved ones will never experience a serious car accident, it pays to be prepared. Car safety experts have argued for years that drivers should carry window smashers and seat belt cutters that are easily accessible in a car wreck. However, even if you are one of the few drivers that carry these safety devices, you’ve probably kept them in your glovebox or trunk – dangerously far out of reach during an accident. Safety devices are useless if you can’t reach them during an unexpected or dangerous situation.