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Daily Archives: October 17, 2010
This week’s lesson is a review of what stood from General Conference. Our family noticed the themes of agency, gratitude, the Holy Ghost and sustaining the prophet. April’s Conference seemed very focused on a Mother’s duties; I was grateful to not have the heat on just me! Mostly we had a great discussion about what we learned and what we want to work on over the next few months.
We turned to one or our favorite standbys for the activity – Apples to Apples jr.
Our intended treat was Dirt and Worms. The kiddo in charge of treat thought there was chocolate pudding in the pantry, but there was only vanilla. So we made vanilla pudding. Then I pulled out the gummy worms I bought, only to find I bought gummy bears instead. We did have a bag of forgotten gummy worms tucked away in the pantry and enjoyed our vanilla pudding and gummy worms for a treat. (And we enjoyed munching on the gummy bears during our trip!)