In my Persuasion class we are writing a Community Action Project. Our group has chosen to encourage BYU-Idaho students to compile a personal 72 hour kit. We've done some research and learned that although most students feel it is important, very few have actually done anything about it.
Many of you know that my husband is the king of 72 hour kits. We have two of the most extensive (and expensive) 72 hour kits around. :)
Did you know that a very basic 72 hour 'student kit' can be prepared for under $20? In fact, our student stake (BYU-I 1st Stake) is helping students gather the food portion of their kits for only $5! For a list of what our university recommends to include in a student 72 hour kit, click here.
Here's a shout out to you all who have started. And for the rest of us...
I love school. I love learning. I love pretending that I'm smart enough to be in college. This week, my favorite school moment was reading what my Media Law professor (and Stake President) wrote on my paper. Thanks President Moeller. You totally made my day.
On Saturday we hopped in our new Honda, grabbed our friends, Bart and Sandra, and went on a fun fall drive. We live in such a beautiful part of our world. The leaves were changing and the colors were spectacular!
We played on the dock at Palasades Lake and decided it was almost as much fun as having a boat... and way less expensive.
We had a yummy, fancy picnic complete with Sandra's baked beans that we cooked on Bart's three dollar, garage sale, camp stove. Why does he always find all the best deals? :0)
Of course, a beautiful fall drive isn't complete without the Tetons, so we drove over to Jackson Hole and into the park to visit Jenny Lake. It was nice to take a break from our busy lives. There is just nothing quite like a beautiful fall day!
This is the story of two people who fell in love a very long time ago. We really do compliment each other. Laurene makes sure Roger gets what he deserves, and Roger makes sure Laurene doesn't get what she deserves. :)