Monday, August 5, 2019

Monday Message



"Our Heavenly Father created this beautiful earth, with all its abundance, for our benefit and use. His purpose is to provide for our needs as we walk in faith and obedience. He has lovingly commanded us to ‘prepare every needful thing’ (see D&C 109:8) so that, should adversity come, we may care for ourselves and our neighbors, and support bishops as they care for others." (All is Safely Gathered In pamphlet) 

I think this is a wonderful blessing.  



I picked up this stitchery a yard sale framed for one dollar twenty years or more ago. Someone labored lovingly over this, only fitting it should be on display.

Prepare for every needful thing is all encompassing and we can get easily overwhelmed but remember slow and steady. I cannot state it enough - do not go into debt for your storage!

I had three empty buckets I had cleaned and waiting. I thought about what to put in them and decided on flour. I dump the flour in and then I put three bay leaves on top of the flour and put on the lid, then I write the date and label it and put it into rotation.

I did some vacuum sealing too. I had gotten white cornmeal out of the damage cart. They had a bit torn on the package of a five pound bag for 99 cents. I got two packages a week apart. So pick up a little here and there it does add up. So for $1.98 I got ten lbs of white cornmeal.

This week I harvested my herbs and will be doing so again as they grow more. If you saw a few blogs back, the activity day girls and their leader and family built and made us a wonderful herb garden and delivered it to us. It had cute painted rocks and was just perfect. Here are those herbs...



Remember to work on your skill building...

This is the best recipe for bread! My friend Liza has tweaked it and said we could share with all of you this little cookbook she made using one recipe with many variations. It is my favorite! Once I made a loaf in the machine and did one by hand and they turned out just the same. So if you do not have a bread machine, you can still do it by hand. 


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Thank you Liza for sharing with us all!!

13 comments:

  1. Oh my, those cinnamon rolls!! Guess what this girl has learned to make over the past few weeks? Homemade biscuits. I am quite proud of myself and my husband has fallen in love all over again. ;-))

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  2. Lovely breads! And I love the idea of making up mixes once a month! So wise!

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    1. It is so fast when you have a busy morning so very handy

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  3. Thank you are your friend for sharing these delicious recipes. Might be time for me to get some bread mix made up.

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    1. Yummie it is like having your own bakery

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  5. Love your pan to make hamburger rolls! Where would I find one of those to purchase? Great idea!!

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    1. I got mine at a yard sale but king author they have hamb bun pans

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  6. Thank you so much for the recipes...And I actually found a pan at the thrift shop a week ago for buns..Knew it would come in handy one day; so I bought it for $1.99

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