This picture shows Dad teaching a group of boys how to make turkey sandwiches. LOL! I am taking his picture but also in the kitchen cooking saimin (ramen). It was fun. It brought back memories of teaching 6th grade and trying to keep every one's attention. Boy, did we eat a lot of bread, turkey, cheese, lettuce and noodles. They were hungry kids that early in the morning. We told them to make sure they appreciated their moms now because when they went on their missions she wouldn't be there to wait on them. They would have to take care of themselves. Of course we bragged about our boys and their cooking, washing, and cleaning skills! Those were the good old days - right boys?
Saturday, August 6, 2011
Stake Primary Activity.
We had a Stake Primary Activity today. It had to do with all aspects of missionary work. It lasted from 9:00 a.m 'til 1:00 p.m. The children started out in the cultural hall on an "airplane" going to their missions. They were divided into groups and an attended all the different stations by the time they were through. They had p-day, studying the scriptures, tie tying, learning languages, learning about different countries, and learning to cook. When we finished all the rotations we all did a service project and cleaned the church. Of course, we had to have ice cream when we were all finished!