YW Lesson 4 Handout and Object Lesson: Obeying Commandments Helps us Fulfill Our Divine Roles

If you are giving YW lesson 4 Obeying Commandments Helps us Fulfill our Divine Roles, here is what I am giving out as a handout for the girls.

I am using the Orange Armor of God object lesson written by Melanie with a little twist. Instead of peeling the second orange and putting the slices in one by one, I am going to list the things that can destroy our armor with each piece I peel and then plop the whole orange in at once. That is how I remember seeing it.
I found the YW lesson 4 handout by Daisie Dance (on Sugardoodle) to go along with the object lesson and printed them 6 to a page in Word. I tied the handout to a Clementine to reinforce the orange object lesson and give them a little extra treat.

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DIY Valentine Wreaths: Vote now!

So I may be a little late with this, but I really want to make a Valentine’s wreath for my door tomorrow. I found so many amazing options that I just couldn’t decide. I need your help! For Feature Friday I am sharing some of my favorites! Please vote for which one you like the best and think I should make. Voting is on the right sidebar.

#1 Burlap Heart Wreath from Craftaholics Anonymous

#2 Fabric Scrap Wreath from Little Birdie Secrets via Living With Lindsay

#3 Feather Wreath from Every Crafty Endeavor

#4 Red Fabric Heart Wreath from Blog n Tell

#5 Cupcake Liner Valentine Wreath from Tatertots and Jello

#6 Twine Heart from Craftaholics Anonymous

#7 Felt Heart Wreath from the Idea Room

#8 Crepe Paper Wreath from Simple Sage Designs
You may like to know that my door is blue and looks like this.

Don’t forget to vote on the right sidebar for your favorite! Also, if you have a valentines wreath leave the link in the comments so we can all see it! Who knows, maybe I will change my mind completely and choose yours!

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Chicken Noodle Jar Soup

I had a few requests for the recipe for the Chicken Noodle Jar Soup from yesterday’s get well care package post. Ask, and you shall receive. I think it is a nice gift idea for someone who is feeling a little under the weather.

Chicken Noodle Jar Soup

2 Tbs. Chicken Bouillon Granules
2 Tbs. Dried onion
2 tsps. Dried celery flaked
1 tsp. Black Pepper
4 Cups Egg noodles

Put all ingredients in a jar or bag and give with the following instructions.

Bring 10 cups of water to a boil. Add 1 can of chicken and contents of bag. Boil 12-15 minutes.

I got this recipe from my wonderful neighbor Marilyn who we lovingly refer to as our son’s ward Grandma. We love them and are so happy to have Marilyn in nursery with the little guy on Sunday now!!

Oh, and mom is doing a bit better. She was able to come to a family birthday dinner which was great! Thanks for your concern!

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