My roommate and I made this awesome thing for Relief Society to help remind us all to do our visiting teaching.
First we made the cute little magnet sheepies:
We made lots of them. One for each girl that needs to get visited each month.
Then we decorated the magnetic dry erase board so one half looks like the desert, and the other half is the grassy pasture where we want all the sheep to end up each month. Observe:
Cute, huh? I adapted this idea from something Maggie did one time when she was in charge of visiting teaching in our old ward. I won't tell you how long Esperanza and I worked on this today, because then it doesn't seem quite as cool. It was a fun project though, and hopefully it will be useful.
Monday, January 31, 2011
Monday, January 17, 2011
So, I had some fresh rosemary and garlic around, and some already-cooked pasta left over and some cooked potatoes and carrots and onions that were also left over from something I had made. I threw it all in a pot of water, with some chicken bouillon, and then cracked an egg in it (I love eggs in soup) and VOILA! A delicious soup. Then I made a grilled cheese (with pepper jack cheese--the best) and my standard banana smoothie (a banana and milk in the blender, then some cinnamon sprinkled on top.) The soup smelled amazing, and I was very pleased with my thrown together, yet delicious meal. It took like, 10 minutes to make. Everyone rejoice!
Tuesday, January 4, 2011
Saturday, January 1, 2011
Happy New Year everyone! I have a goal to improve the quality and consistency of my scripture study this year. To help myself do this, I have created a blog where I will post one short thought on my scripture reading each day this year. You can check it out here. Here's to a fabulous 2011!