Saturday, January 16, 2010

Ending One Thing To Start The Next

I finally finish the Relief Society directories for my ward and I have to say they look pretty awesome. A lot of good improvements from last year and I got a lot of help assembling them this year. They've been done since Tuesday of this week and being handed out tomorrow at church but I think the Relief Society presidency was a little too excited to give them to everyone that they just started giving them out. But the good news is I'm hearing a lot of good things about them.

This is one of the 4 different note cards we used
Front page with the Relief Society Emblem
Added the Young Women's theme & Relief Society Declaration
Different kind of phone numbers & Sunday Schedule
Our Stake & Ward Leadership
Both of the Temples Complete With Address, Phone # & Endowment Schedules
A Handful of Websites & A Full 12 Month Calendar
Relief Society Presidency & Other Calling Under The RS
17 Pages of All The Sisters including emails
Another Page of The Sisters
More Birthdays
And More Birthdays
3 Pages of Our Wonderful Winter Sisters
Our Stake Presidency has asked us to read the Book of Mormon so I included All 25 Scripture Mastery & a Reading Chart
Monthly Goals: Spiritual, Provident Living, Food Storage & 72 Hour
72 Hour Kit & Food Storage Info
$10 a week food storage
The rest of the weekly food storage
Visiting Teaching
And that's the directory. It was a lot of work and took some time but it was way worth it.

Now that that's over, I can start working on a new project. I know it make be a little early for Halloween but I'm so excited to get started on this Halloween quilt. I find the pattern about a month before last Halloween but knew I couldn't get it done before Halloween that and I was waiting for my mom to buy the pattern. Now I can take my time with the colors and sewing and quilting it.
Not only I am planning on making the quilt so is my mom, Stephanie, my mother-in-law and my sister-in-law Tracie.

Monday, January 11, 2010

Missing Teeth

Kayla lost her first tooth, well the new tooth was already growing and was pushing the baby tooth out. She was kind of scared and didn't know what to expect, but once we told her about the tooth fairy and how she brings you money Kayla was all down for losing it.

Chanell and I were talking and she mentioned when she was a little girl the tooth fairy would leave special money under her pillow, like 50 cent coins, $2 bills and etc. I kind of like that so thats what I decided to do. So, for her first tooth she got a $2 bill. She was excited and a week later another tooth fell out. I think she's liking this.