Monday, 28 February 2011

Family Home Evening - Look, Feel and Help (The Good Samaritian)

Opening Song: Tell Me The Stories Of Jesus
Opening Prayer:
Lesson: Mommy

Start by reading Mosiah 18:8. What do you think this means?

When Jesus lived on earth, He healed the sick. He fed the hungry and blessed the children. The Savior was often a friend to those who had no other friends. When He looked at others, He used His spiritual eyes and His heart. In this way He could understand how people felt and what they needed. He helped many, many people. He is the best example of someone who looked with His spiritual eyes, felt and understood with His heart, and then helped.

Our prophet is also a good example of someone who looked with his spiritual eyes, felt and understood with his heart, and then helped. President Gordon B. Hinckley was only twenty years old when his mother died. He had younger brothers and sisters at home, and everyone in the family was very sad. Ramona was sixteen and about to graduate from high school. She had no dress for that special occasion, and she thought nobody noticed. But her older brother Gordon saw her need, understood how she felt, and helped. Using some money he had saved for graduate school, he bought her a new dress. His kindness made her feel loved.

Invite the children to think of people who need Good Samaritans today. Discuss with the children how they can be Good Samaritans. Have the children mark this story in their scriptures, and suggest that they share it with their families.

Explain to the children that You can look at others with your spiritual eyes, feel and understand with your heart, and then, after careful thought, give help. When you look at others, try to imagine how you would feel in their situation. Then prayerfully decide what you can do to help and do it. Small, simple acts of kindness are often the most helpful. There are people who need your help everywhere, every day. Each time you look with your spiritual eyes and feel with your heart, you will become more sensitive to others, and when you are kind to someone and help them, you are showing love to Heavenly Father and Jesus Christ.


Carefully color the pair of Feeling Glasses, the ear pieces, and the Helping Hands badge, then cut them out.

Attach the ear pieces to the glasses by gluing, taping, or stapling.

You can wear these items to help you remember to look both with your spiritual eyes and with your heart, and to help in some way—or you can hang them on your wall as a reminder

Sunday, 27 February 2011

Spiritually Speaking - If You Find Yourself in Such a Situation

“Mortality is a period of testing, a time to prove ourselves worthy to return to the presence of our Heavenly Father. In order to be tested, we must sometimes face challenges and difficulties. At times there appears to be no light at the tunnel’s end-no dawn to break the night’s darkness. We feel surrounded by the pain of broken hearts, the disappointment of shattered dreams, and the despair of vanished hopes. We join in uttering the biblical plea “Is there no balm in Gilead?” We are inclined to view our own personal misfortunes through the distorted prism of pessimism. We feel abandoned, heartbroken, alone. If you find yourself in such a situation, I plead with you to turn to our Heavenly Father in faith. He will lift you and guide you. He will not always take your afflictions from you, but He will comfort and lead you with love through whatever storm you face.”

Thomas S. Monson, “Looking Back and Moving Forward”, Ensign, May 2008, 87–90

Friday, 25 February 2011

PomPom Shamrock

Im not sure about you but when I was growing up we would wake up St. Patricks Day morning and think "oh man I need something green". We then rummaged through our wardrobe, which for me consist of not only my closet but my three sisters closets too, only to find nothing green. Lets face it how many green things do many teenage girls have? In our house not many. My mom would always show up just about the time we were accepting the fact it was going to be a day full or pinches with a green clover she had cut out of construction paper and a safety pin. Phew. Thanks to mom we were saved.

Well times have changed and though it is still necisarry to wear green on St Patricks Day. No longer do we have to wear construction paper cut out shamrocks. (I say wear but lets face it we all hid them somewhere on ourselves and only flashed them when someone was about to strike :) ) This year I have made a couple Shamrocks out of PomPoms so that come the morning of the 17th I am ready to protect my children from the pinches of all those enthusiastic pinching fingers. Here is what I have done:

What you will need:

  • 3 - 3/4 inch green pom poms
  • piece of green craft foam
  • piece of gold ribbon
  • craft glue
  • pin back
  • scissors
  • pen or pencil


  1. Glue all three pom-poms together to form a shamrock.
  2. Draw and cut out a the shamrock shape from a piece of green craft foam.
  3. Glue the Green craft foam to the back of the shamrock.
  4. Tie a piece of gold ribbon into a bow, trim ends, and glue to the front of your shamrock.
  5. Glue a pin back to the back of the shamrock.
Heres to not getting pinched this St Patricks Day!

Best Oatmeal EVER!

When I was growing up my mom and dad made a hot breakfast pretty much every morning. They would take turns. My mom would do the Pancakes, French Toast and occasionally Scrambled eggs with a bit of ham and Cheese in them. And Dad would make omelets, Cream of Wheat and OATMEAL. Now most normal children squirm at the sight let alone taste of Oatmeal. But, when my dad made oatmeal you RAN to the table. No we didn't walk casually. We dropped everything and literally RAN to the table.

Now that I am an adult I have learned my dads secret to his AMAZING OATMEAL. I now once a week make it for my children. And just like when I was a child they don't casually walk to the table at breakfast they RUN to the table. To be honest as soon as they notice I am making oatmeal both of my children stand in the kitchen with me constantly asking is it done yet? Is it done yet? And then once it is done they cant stand the cooling down time which is when Grandma House's tip comes into play.

I thought I would share with you this Nelson Family Secret, but not for long since I'm posting it here, recipe. Can I just say before I post this that this is a delicious recipe. When you are looking at it keep in mind the the ingredients you use are not fattening (OK maybe the sugar and butter are a little fatty) but it is mostly seasonings which do nothing more than add flavor!

Nelson Family Secret Oatmeal Recipe

Follow the instructions on label for the amount of liquid for the amount of Oatmeal you want. Instead of using all water Use HALF water and HALF milk. We use 1% fat milk in our house and that is what I use in my oatmeal too.

Now the Yummy Parts:

1 - 2 Tbsp butter or Margarine
1 teas Cinnamon
1 teas Vanilla Essence
dash of Salt
Sugar to taste (this is up to you the amount you put in. For my family of 4 I use about 1/4 cup)



Put the Milk and Water mixture in your pot. Add the Butter or Margarine, Cinnamon, Vanilla, Salt and Sugar. Bring to a light boil (if it boils to much it will boil over) Add oats. Cook as directed on package. Dish into bowls and top with a small spoon full of Vanilla Ice Cream (optional). Mmmmm DELICIOUS!! Honestly this is the best oatmeal you will ever eat. Your children will be begging for more and you will want to give it to them because lets face it this is much healthier than all those sugary cereals they love to eat!

Thursday, 24 February 2011

Try A Different Perspective

I feel I must, MUST start this entry by saying this – I AM NOT A PROFESSIONAL. That being said, I sure do take a lot of pictures and even more than that I have done some researching/studying about pictures and how to take them.

This entry we are going to just explore a bit about changing our photography perspective. So many of us will take a wide shot and hope for the best. Luckily, now we have digital cameras so that we know what we took a picture of but, often that doesn’t change how we take pictures.

I am that aunt – that one who always has her camera at the ready for family parties, any kind of road trip, and all sorts of random times of the day. What I am going to do is show you some of my pictures and explain the reasoning and tips behind it.


Sometimes you have to look a bit silly to get that shot. Here I was at the American Cemetery in Cambridge, UK. I laid down on the grass to get the first picture, but didn’t really like the angle so I sat up for the next one – I like it a lot more. When dealing with photography perspectives don’t be afraid to sit down, lie down, or just change your physical perspective.


Here I was at the forest. I wanted to try to capture the surface, the history, of the trees – so I got close – REALLY close and tried to get that perfect zoom. Don’t be afraid of getting REALLY close and giving that a try – looking through the lens at a different perspective than you would normally. The picture of my nephew is another example of getting really close. Newborn babies are good photography practice – they usually don’t mind if you get too close (not recommended with a teenager Winking smile).


Think of the light! If you are out for a walk, or traveling or even in the back garden have a look at the light. I said to my niece, “go on, have a walk down that trail all by yourself!” I noticed that the sun was in a perfect place to create the shadows and the glow – so pay attention to your light perspective! The one of Big Ben works with the light as well (or lack of) but also I stood right at the bottom of both objects and took a picture. Yes, maybe I got in some peoples way – but not for too long!


Again, looking at object from a different angle often get you a very nice picture. Sometimes we have to strain our necks – looking straight up – or sometimes we have to incorporate another object, like the tree, to make the picture look a bit more artistic. Look at your surroundings – sometimes adding something more into the picture can be a good thing (plus if you don’t like it – you can always crop it out!)


Don’t be afraid of the settings on your camera. Most of the time even basic digital cameras have settings – explore them – these were both take in the Mirco setting (just turning the dial).


See things in a black and white perspective. Sometimes changing the colour to black and white can make a huge difference.

So there you have it – change your perspective. Even if you are just taking fun pictures of the kids or nature – just try taking the picture in a way you would have never thought of – you’ll be surprised at the results.

So, lovely ladies, you tell me – what are your favourite picture taking perspectives?!?

Wednesday, 23 February 2011

And The Winner is.......

I have used to choose two winners. The first one is Comment number 54 Joyce YAY for Joyce!!

The Second winner is........ Number 3 AimeAnn! Wahooo Well done to both of you.

I will email both of you now and you can get in touch with Janae at Thoughts in Vinyl!

Now that was so much fun!!!

If you would like to sponsor a Giveaway on Homemaking Honeys Please email me. I would love to host one for you!!

And can I just give a MAJOR SHOUT OUT to JANAE at Thoughts in Vinyl for doing this fantastic giveaway for us. She has added some new items to her page in the last couple of days so please go and have a peep at the new items. The prices are so good and I am sure you will have loads of fun making whatever you get from there.

So until next time..... Yes I have another give away lines up soon..... Keep Homemaking!

Tuesday, 22 February 2011


Don't forget to enter to win our giveaway for a craft kits Courtesy of Thoughts in Vinyl. Have a look here for more details. Ends tomorrow at NOON Pacific Time.

Monday, 21 February 2011

Family Home Evening - The Spiders and The Still, Small Voice

Opening Song: The Still Small Voice

Opening Prayer:

Lesson: Mommy

We have decided tonight we are going bowling for our FHE activity. So for the lesson I am just going to read a story from the friend Called The Spider and the Still Small voice. I really like this story because it shows the children that they are never to young to receive promptings from the Holy Ghost. A very important lesson at any age.

One thing that I think is very important to remember about Family Home Evening is that the is nothing saying how long your Family Home Evening has to last. At times when we are short on time I find as long as we sit down together as a family have a song a prayer and then even just read a story from the friend that is better than nothing.



Saturday, 19 February 2011

Dont Forget......




Friday, 18 February 2011


Today I thought I would share with you a NEW FANTASTIC site which I recently found. Let me introduce you to:

Thoughts in Vinyl

I love crafting as you well know and I came across this blog the other day and thought whoop whoop! What a Brilliant site!! They have some seriously A-MAZ-ING ideas of things to do with wood and Vinyl. I mean look at this.....

And This....

And this...


What I love about this site is not only do they sell vinyl lettering for your home or business, but they sell their craft kits…so you can still enjoy making crafts, but without all the hassle . You just supply your own paint, scrapbook paper and modpodge which lets face it we all already have this stuff on hand.

Another fabulous thing they offer…Craft Group Incentives! If you want to host your own monthly craft group, they will give you 10% back from your monthly sales, and you can earn lots of free crafts too. What a perfect way to gather some friends together, enjoy one another’s company, and make something creative together…and you as the host get to make yours for free! (read more about that here)


Janae at Thoughts in Vinyl has agreed to give away not 1 but 2 unfinished craft kits. Yep 2 of our LUCKY readers will get to each choose 1 unfinished craft kit each!! WAHOOO!!! (Open to Continental US only. Dont worry everyone else Im working on other give aways for EVERYONE!)

Here is what you need to do to get an Entry to this AWESOME GIVEAWAY!!

Manditory for Entry is:
1. Follow This Blog
2. Follow Thoughts in Vinyl

(One Entry for doing both. Dont worry read there's more ways to enter)

Want more than one entry? Here is what you need to do:

  • Put this giveaway as your status on either Facebook or Twitter *or both :) * (on twitter remember to @Alisha)
  • Join Thoughts in Vinyl Mailing list email to join
  • Have a look at Thoughts in Vinyl and tell me what is your favorite kit

Each of the above will give you one additional entry meaning you could have a total of 7 entries. Thats is a lot of chances to win!
Make sure to leave a different comment for each thing you do!! :) (as if you didnt already know that. Silly Me!)

Each time you complete one of the above please come back here and leave a comment. I will pick 2 winners next Wednesday using from the comments left on this post.

So Off you go. What are you waiting for?

Wednesday, 16 February 2011

New Blog Awards

WOWSIERS!!! Recently we have been awarded 2 new awards. YAY FOR US!! I love getting awards but I find it hard to do all the things they ask for like tell us 20,000,000 things about yourself and find 40,000,000 new blogs to award this to and repost. But someone else took the time to do it and find me so I will take the time and do it for someone else. I mean hey we all like recognition dont we!!

Firstly we received the:

From Jessica at My World Made By Hand. Seriously you NEED to check her site out It Is AWESOME! Seriously why are you still here reading this? You should be checking out her blog!!

Second we received this:

A second award from another BRILLIANT Blogger. Sheesh I am so feeling the love this week!! Aubrie at A Mama B's gave us this award. WAHOOOOO! I love her site too. So much crafty goodness and yummy recipes. If you are still reading this then I am not convincing enough because this is another FANTASTIC site!

Thank you ladies for sharing the love. Now I get to share the love back. I wish I could reaward these lovely ladies with these awards but I will instead attempt to offer them to other beauties... I mean Blogs.

So here are the rules:

1. Thank and link back to the person who awarded you this award.
2. Share 7 things about yourself.
3. Award 15 recently discovered great blogs.
4. Contact these bloggers and tell them about the award.

  1. I have three beautiful children (a girl, a boy, and a girl) but have never been pregnant for longer than 34 weeks. The shortest time is 26 weeks with my little boy. So when people complain to me about being 40 weeks and really uncomfortable I have no idea what they are talking about :)
  2. I live over 6,000 miles away from home and have only been home to visit twice in the past 9 years. Im homesick A LOT!! ;)
  3. I'm married to the most fantastic man in the universe. Sorry ladies but its true!!
  4. My Husband is a Digital Forensic Investigator (he solves crimes on computers, then has to testify in court about what he has found.) and from time to time we have to have Witness Protection outside our home to protect us.
  5. I am falling into the new fad of Cupcaking. Oh. My. Heck. I cant get enough of cupcakes at the moment. All I want to do is bake them and make them look pretty. I dont want to eat them just make them look beautiful.
  6. I am a licensed esthetician.
  7. My best friends next to my husband (of course) are my mom and my sisters. Even though I live far away from home I talk to at least one of them pretty much every day of the week :)
And now for the blogs:

1. ...and Spiritually Speaking (I love being uplifted every day by each of her posts)
2. Frosted Happy Cakes (Did I mention I LOVE CUPCAKES?)
3.Random Acts of Obsession (My sister showed me this one. Its a Friend from HS's sister. Hi Becky! Some way cute stuff on here. Check. Her. Out!!)
4.Occasionally Crafty (I found this one a few weeks back and just cant get enough! BRILL - ANT)
5.Truly Lovely (More Crafty Goodness.)
6.Fabric Bows and More ( I did mention I have 2 Daughters didnt I? I dont think I would be your typical mommy if I didnt want to make them pretty things for their hair.)
7. Delectable Desserts (Have I mentioned I love food? If not well..... I DO!!)
8. Sugar Teachers (I need so much more help before I become nearly as good as these ladies!
9.Creative "Try"als (So much crafty goodness from a new crafter! I love finding New Blogs!!)
10.I Really Should Be Sleeping (Besides the fact that I love her blog. I love the fact that every night while I am crafting I am thinking to myself, I really should be sleeping :)
11. Got Chikin (Her craft and recipe blog is pure brilliance and her Moving Forward With Faith Blog made me cry and want to give her a HUGE Blogging buddy Hug!! Such strength and a testimony of faith!)
12.Thougths in Vinyl (I love Vinyl plus we have a GIVEAWAY from Janae TOMORROW!! Come back and have a look TOMORROW!!)
13. Jean's Crafty Corner (Simply Lovely!)
14. It's Always Craft Time (I couldnt agree more!)
15. Gwenny Penny (So many things to look at I got lost for hours on this blog!)

Phew Now that I have finished I think I need a Diet Pepsi and a Chocolate bar! Yep definitely in need!! Enjoy blog stalking some of my favorite new finds!!

Handmade Puppets

This week my 7 year old decided it was time for her to learn how to sew. We decided it would be fun for her to learn a few hand sewing stitches so we went to the craft store and bought a few things to make a couple of puppets. Can I just tell you how proud I was of my little girl. When we walked out of the craft store she looked up into my eyes, which isnt a far look up since she is almost as tall as I am :), and said Mummy, in her cute little british accent which I could never pull off being American, You know the craft store is just like a bit of Heaven to me. I think I literally wiped a tear of joy off my cheek as I squeezed her :)

Anyway enough sappy proud mommy moments. We decided to make a moneky puppet this week. Next week its a Zebra. Im going to put step by step instructions here and have to apologise in advance for the lack of pictures. See because I was helping her sew hers and sewing one for my little boy at the same time I didnt really get a chance to take many pictures, but next week when we do the Zebra I will try harder!

Here is what you will need:

Dark brown A4 felt x 4
Cream A4 felt x 1
Light brown A4 felt x 1
Contrasting felt for inner ears and accessories
Embroidery thread
Embroidery needle

Monkey Puppet Instructions:

  1. Using the template cut out all the required pieces.

  2. Sew the inner ears to the outer ears then sew the tummy onto the body and sew the arms together.

  3. Put the ears in place (as marked) between the face and back pieces of felt. Pin all layers together and then sew using a simple overstitch.

  4. Fold the mouth piece in half and stitch along folded edge with a running stitch. This prevents the mouth opening too wide and getting stuck.

  5. Sew the bottom lip to the body (B to B), then the top lip to the nose (A to A).

  6. Lay the body on top of the back and line up the nose with the face (C to C), overlapping the felt by about 1cm. The body will be longer than the back at the base of the puppet.

  7. Stitch the nose to the face then attach the eyes. You can use buttons, felt shapes, beads or teddy bear eyes. Note: where you place the eyes really alters the character of the puppet.

  8. Start sewing each side of the body together inserting the arms about 5 cm down from the mouth.

  9. Decorate your puppet by making hats, necklaces, glasses or other accessories of your choice.

Doesnt my little moneky just look so happy with his little monkey? ;)

Monday, 14 February 2011

Family Home Evening - Valentines Day

Well tonight is Valentines. I love making a BIG deal out of every holiday. Seriously! I cant help it. Plus the kids love it too. So tonight for FHE we will be doing what we do every Valentines Day. I make a nice dinner and we have a lovely candle light dinner all of us kids and all. I get our best dishes out, we drink Shloer (like apple Cider, non alcoholic) in wine glasses and eat dinner by candle light. The kids LOVE IT! We even get dressed up. It is so much fun.

Here is a page that I digi scrapped (When I was first learning how and it is obvious!) from our very first Candle Light Valentines Dinner.

I hope that whatever you do for Valentines Day today that it is special.

Sunday, 13 February 2011

Your Book of Eternal Possibilities

"A patriarchal blessing is a revelation to the recipient, even a white line down the middle of the road, to protect, inspire, and motivate activity and righteousness. A patriarchal blessing literally contains chapters from your book of eternal possibilities. I say eternal, for just as life is eternal, so is a patriarchal blessing. What may not come to fulfillment in this life may occur in the next. We do not govern God's timetable. 'For my thoughts are not your thoughts, neither are your ways my ways, saith the Lord.' . . .

"Your patriarchal blessing is yours and yours alone. It may be brief or lengthy, simple or profound. Length and language do not a patriarchal blessing make. It is the Spirit that conveys the true meaning. Your blessing is not to be folded neatly and tucked away. It is not to be framed or published. Rather, it is to be read. It is to be loved. It is to be followed. Your patriarchal blessing will see you through the darkest night. It will guide you through life's dangers. . . . Your patriarchal blessing is to you a personal Liahona to chart your course and guide your way."

(Thomas S. Monson, "Your Patriarchal Blessing: A Liahona of Light," Ensign, Nov. 1986, 66)

Friday, 11 February 2011

Oreo Lollipops

Yesterday I made Oreo Lollipops for the sisters I Visit Teach. They were so easy to make I thought I would share the how to here.

Things you need:

Oreo cookies
White Chocolate or you can use any chocolate
Lollipop sticks
Lollipop Bags


First break up your chocolate and melt it. The best way to melt chocolate is by getting a big bowl of boiling water. Then get a smaller bowl and put it inside the bowl with boiling water. Place the chocolate in the empty bowl and mix until melted.

Next break your Oreos in Half.

Dip one end of your lollipop stick in the melted chocolate and place it on the creme of your Oreo. Place the top back on the Oreo and let dry for about 30 Minutes.

Once the chocolate inside the Oreo is dry dip the oreo on both sides in the chocolate and place them on foil or wax paper to dry. At this point when they were all dipped I drapped some white chocolate across them and sprinkled them with sprinkles.

Let them dry for at least an hour.

Once they are dry place them in Lollipop bags and tie the bottom with ribbon. Viola Beautiful Lollipops.

Thursday, 10 February 2011

Sometimes We Just Need a Reminder…

I bet you think this entry is going to be about remembering to write in your journal – its not! I think most women who once kept a journal of some sort don’t need a reminder, its always there in the back of our minds whenever something good, bad, (or ugly) happens. Well, don’t worry, I have an idea!

All through growing up my mom kept a calendar. It was always pinned to the wall and EVERYTHING was written on it from appointments to birthdays. When the end of the year came around she would put the old calendar away and pull out the new one (the most exciting part of that was looking at all the new months pictures for the upcoming year). I always wondered why she wouldn’t just throw them away – why save them!?!? Then I got a bit older and a bit wiser and I completely saw the wisdom in this way of “keeping a journal”. I could go back through the calendar and see when my first day of 6th grade was, when she had her first ultrasound for my sister, where my parents went on their anniversary. Do you see what I’m getting at?

Most of us don’t have the time (or the motivation) to write pages and pages of journals – but how many of us have time to jot down a word or two in a calendar? Now, does this have to be your ONLY journal or your way of writing your journal forever? No, I must admit, for me as a woman without children – my calendar would be significantly less full than some of my counterparts with children.

So say you have a new baby, you just cant find the time to wash your hair, yet alone write in a journal and one day that little baby gives you their first smile. Why not jot it down on the calendar and then you can always use it as a “memory jogger” when life slows down a bit (yeah right) or when you can finally make some time just for you.

It might not work for everyone, but if you are struggling to write in your journal this actually might be just the idea you’re looking for.

Wednesday, 9 February 2011

Book Sling

So I saw this book sling in a magazine and decided to give it a whirl. Mine is slightly different as I put on pockets on the front, for my son's little treasures, added ties to the side and sewed it rather than using HeatnBond, but it was really easy (and I don't have a clue what I'm doing most of the time!) and it was cheap (under $15 for all the materials). It took under 2 hours.

Click HERE for the full instructions.

Tuesday, 8 February 2011

Valentines Day Coupons - Free Printables

Are you looking for a little something to add to your Valentines Day Gift? Do you need one last thing for your 7 Days of Valentines? Well here are a few Valentine Coupons which I created, mostly because one of my 7 Days of Valentines gifts hasnt arrived ***Ahhhh Stress*** Anyway use any of these you want I have also included last years blank ones so you could, if you want, write your own coupon.

Sunday, 6 February 2011

Family Home Evening - Loving One Another

Its February, the month of LOVE so I thought I would start our month off by talking about Loving One Another. I am also adding an Article of Faith bit to our lessons as the children are learning them again this year.

Opening Song: As I Have Loved You
Opening Prayer:

Lesson: Mommy

Reciet / Repeat Article of Faith Number 2


Before your lesson cut out a BIG HEART out of paper.

Show the large red heart to your family and ask…

• What do you think of when you see a heart? (love)
• How can you tell someone loves you?
• How do you think other people feel when you show you love them?

Invite someone to read John 13:34-35

Jesus Christ taught us that it is a commandment to love one another, and
that other people will know that we are His disciples if we love one another. There are many ways that we can show our love to others by helping them.

Case Study 1: You and your father are sitting on the corner waiting for the bus to come. You see an older man hurrying to catch the bus. He has a cane to help him walk, but he can’t move very fast. The bus pulls up and the door opens. As you climb up the steps, you can tell he probably won’t reach the bus in time. What could you do to show love for this man?

Case Study 2: On Sunday morning you are walking to church. You see a young mother with her baby in one arm and some books in the other. What could you do to follow the example of the Savior and show love for this woman?

Explain how one of the best places to show love is at home. What are some things we can do to show love to each other at home?


Pass out pipe cleaners and have everyone make a pipe cleaner into a heart. This week challenge them to do something nice for a family member without them knowing and leave the heart when they are done.