Saturday, January 19, 2008

Dear Dry Pack Cannery

As part of my calling as co-chair of the Provident Living Committee (aka Temporal Welfare aka Food Storage, Employment & Financial Advisor), my co-chair and I organized a trip to the Dry Pack Cannery at Welfare Square for our ward. Five people showed (myself included) plus our second counselor in the bishopric. It's a proven fact that singles don't get uber excited about food storage but I can't see the harm in starting a small one for myself. True, I won't need 30 lbs of wheat, but hey, rice, sugar, dried apples, macaroni - sign me up for a can of each! I must admit I had a good time...even if I did have to get up at 7:30 on a Saturday morning. At least I know I'm earning heaven points and when the end of the world comes, I'll have my dried apples & starter kit to save me from starvation.

1 comment:

AJ, Shauna and Keegan said...

Dear darling sister of mine, you are doing better than I am with the food storage...all we've got to save us from starvation come the end of the world is 6 cans of wheat...and a grinder to grind it up with, and a bunch of water bottles. We'll share our wheat if you'll share your dried apples! :)
P.S. San Diego misses you. You need to come visit.