Sunbeams May Be Extracted From Cucumbers

Life goes on and changes occur . . . like my new church job.  I am unofficially a non-participating food storage specialist and now an official teacher of sunbeams.  Which means my brain is less focused on what I will store in the pantry and  more on how to keep three year old minds (The Sunbeam Class) thinking of Jesus for a half an hour on Sunday morning.  I love this new job and opportunity to channel my creativity in a new direction!

I’ll still be posting some food storage info, but don’t be surprised to find a little something about sunbeams too. =)

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6 Comments on “Sunbeams May Be Extracted From Cucumbers”

  1. Angie Allen says:

    I taught Sunbeams for two years. It is so fun to watch them grow and change. When my new class came in at the start of thenj second year, I was amazed at the difference between them and the ones who had just left me to go into the CTR class. You are going to have a ball! Enjoy!

  2. Konnie says:

    Cathy, you are amazing at whatever you do and those Sunbeams are very lucky to have you as their teacher and not only are the Sunbeams lucky, but the parents of those Sunbeams will love you for what you will do with their children.

    • cathy says:

      Thanks Konnie! You’ll have to visit sunbeams this week, before you go to YW. We’re making pancakes! Our lesson is on being thankful for food and clothes and realizing these are blessings from Heavenly Father. Fun times!!

  3. Carolyn says:

    Does this mean we won’t get to read about your “month of living on storage”?

    • cathy says:

      I have been basically living on the food storage, but what I learned is;

      It’s best practiced as a way of life. Try to get a copy of the book, “I Dare You To Eat It,” that’s what I used most to figure it out.

      As far as the blog goes, what it really boils down to . . . I was getting tired of taking photos of my dinner. =)

      I’ll still be posting some food storage stuff.


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