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When I was a little girl, I loved Christmas time! I couldn’t wait for all our special family traditions!
We would decorate the tree with hand-made ornaments, perform the First Christmas Story as a family on Christmas Eve, design and make gingerbread houses and handmade chocolates, and sing The Holy City in honor of a beloved ancestor. And that was just the beginning! Continue reading “#LIGHTtheWORLD: My FREE Anonymous Service Kit”→
Over the past three months I’ve had nearly 4,000 downloads of my 2014 Mutual Theme Logos! Wow! THANK YOU all so much for your support! Now, I’ve expanded my logo to include the full scripture and made posters in four sizes for you!
One of my favorite talks from the October 2012 General Conference was “Be Anxiously Engaged” by Elder M. Russell Ballard. His talk about honeybees and doing good for others was wonderful! This week in our Beehive class, we reviewed this talk and discussed Elder Ballard’s important doctrine: even small, daily acts of kindness and service matter. Elder Ballard suggests that we pray each morning for opportunities to be of service and to remind my girls to follow this counsel, I made a little handout for them to keep in their rooms. It is visual reminder to them that no matter how small their contribution may seem, the good they do makes a difference–just as a single honeybee’s lifetime’s work of 1/12 of a teaspoon of honey matters to the whole hive.
We’re gearing up for our ward’s Young Women in Excellence and I thought I’d share with you what we’re doing and some coordinating printables I’ve created. Our theme this year is “Whooo is ready to stand for truth and righteousness?” and we’re using owls to tie it all together. Our fabulous YW President, Shauna, got the idea from a friend and we’re giving it our own spin. This idea and my printables are easily adaptable to New Beginnings, Girls Camp and other Young Women activities as well as for Activity Days recognition events. Continue reading “Young Women in Excellence: Whooo Is Ready to Stand for Truth and Righteousness?”→
It’s the last day of the annual celebration of The Family: A Proclamation to the World and Montserrat of Chocolate on My Cranium has published my guest post! Pop on over to read it and download some posters and word art I created to go with the post.