No one ever wants to imagine that their dreams – or their home – will go up in flames. Last year, my family had a very narrow close call with fire, that if our neighbor hadn’t spotted the smoke, we might have lost our home. We are grateful to our friend for knowing what to do to quickly put the fire out. It’s always a good time to review the safety measures in your own house so that you and your loved ones are prepared for the worst case scenario. Nine times out of 10, you’ll never need to use such measures, but it’s better to be ready than to face an emergency unprepared. So, to brush up on ways to keep everyone in your house out of harm’s way, read the 101 Home Safety Tips Book and make sure all of the adults in your home read it, too. Share the information with children. This book provides critical information about child safety as well as the dangers of fire and carbon monoxide poisoning. Nothing is worth your life or the lives of those you love. Take it from me. I know!