This is an excerp from a talk given in the April 1976 General Conference.
"Decide as a family this year that 25 or 50 percent of your Christmas will be spent on a year’s supply. Many families in the Church spend considerable sums of money for Christmas. Half or part of these Christmas monies will go a long way toward purchasing the basics. I recall the Scotsman who went to the doctor and had an X-ray taken of his chest. Then he had the X-ray gift-wrapped and gave it to his wife for their anniversary. He couldn’t afford a gift, but he wanted her to know his heart was in the right place. Brethren, give your wife a year’s supply of wheat for Christmas, and she’ll know your heart is in the right place."
You can find the rest at the link below. It's a pretty good one, even if it is from 1976.
Food Storage Talk
Sunday, May 31, 2009
I'm the new ward food storage specialist, on this blog I will refer to myself as the Specialist. I thought that with the ease and popularity of blogging that this would serve as a good resource for food storage. Please feel free to comment and share you thoughts and ideas. Also if you have something that you would like me to post just let me know. You can send emails to firstname.lastname@example.org.