When eating bamboo sprouts, remember the man who planted them. -Chinese Proverb
We don’t say thank you often enough. I know I don’t say thank you nearly as much as I should. But I’m trying. One way I do this is to leave a little note with the tip whenever we go out to eat. I usually say thanks for the good service and to tell the chef that it was delicious. It is a really easy and simple act that can put a smile on another person’s face. These little tags are small enough that you can keep a couple in your wallet and jot down a thank you the next time you enjoy your food and service.
What do you do to say thank you?
Just right click on the image, save to your desktop, and then print as you would any photo!
Subway Art is all the rage and now you can have some for your home. This sweet little piece will look perfect in any child’s room. The simple words remind us of the powerful truth of our divine heritage.
I put together this present for our 5th anniversary. Did you know the 5th anniversary is the wood anniversary? Well now you do.
This could easily be used for any birthday, anniversary, congratulations, or just because gift though. My wood present was a nice set of wooden barbecue…cooking things. What are they called? Really big silverware? Man tongs?
Other wooden ideas would be any kind of woodworking tool or saw, a wooden frame with a favorite picture in it, a pocket knife, heck anything made out of wood will work!
While continuous shoveling of cheerios and goldfish into your toddler’s mouth may keep them quiet during church it doesn’t have much spiritual or educational value. So let’s ditch the sacrament snacks! And instead spend a few minutes of sacrament looking at this cute little Gospel ABC book. Throw it in the purse or diaper bag and you are good to go!
I made this book for myself long before I had a blog, or had even thought about starting a blog. If I had known that I would soon be sharing this with all of you I would have created it in a different format. But this is what I have and since I have enjoyed it so much I decided to go ahead and make it available for everyone. The book was created in Microsoft Power Point and if you are familiar with Microsoft programs then you can easily add in your own pictures to the pages as needed. I printed my book at the UPS store, cut out each letter, and laminated them so they’ll last a long time. You can print at home, or any local copy store. Enjoy the book and please email me with any questions! firstname.lastname@example.org