Monday, March 23, 2009

Inspirational Thought

“To become self-reliant, a person must work. Work is
physical, mental, or spiritual effort. It is a basic source
of happiness, self-worth, and prosperity. Through work,
people accomplish many good things in their lives. . . .

“As people become self-reliant, they are better prepared
to endure adversities” and are “better able to care for others
in need.”

Church Handbook of Instructions


I am LoW said...

Hi! :-)

I am looking for a way to find out of your stored wheat is okay?

I've heard something on this before but can't remember.

I inherited wheat in a bucket from someone else you inherited it. I have no idea how old it is and what the temps were in the past homes.


Anonymous said...

Your wheat is probably edible as long as it doesn't have bugs in it. If it is old it will not have as much nutritional value, but it stores for at least 30 years, so you should be fine using it.

I am LoW said...

Even if it's been in a garage, in the south east? Where summers are not only hot but incredibly humid???