While getting dressed for Shabbat Friday afternoon, I was thanking G-d for the "luxury" of being able to take my time figuring out what to wear (we have 90 seconds to get to a safe place if there's a siren; friends 30 minutes away have 15 seconds).
Went for a walk last night with my son. Wouldn't go beyond where there are buildings in case there's a siren (there was).
While washing the bathroom floors this morning with lots of water, I
was thinking - wow, if I lived where some of my friends (or even my son)
live, I would probably use less water so I'd have less chance of
slipping if a siren went off and I had to run really fast.
90 seconds to safety - the new normal!