Memory Boards

Last night we had the girls make memory boards to hang in their rooms. They all turned so cute!
I spent all day trying to find the perfect material for Emmie's room but finally decided to go with the Princess theme, plus the material was sparkelly and that means alot! (I love sparkles!) I am so proud of myself it actually looks very cute in her room! I have left over material so I think my next project will be an accent pillow for her bed... Wow I sound like a little homemaker!

Girls and Guys Just Want To Have Fun

Totally aweswome dance with the youth! We had a stake youth dance at our ward building and our theme was 80's. The youth had so much fun and as leaders I think we just enjoyed dressing up!!! Good Times!!!

{Caramel Apples}

Tis the season for a good carmel apple.
We thought it would be a good idea to share and teach the Young Women how to make them from scratch.
Lyndsey and Kim getting a little carried away with the caramel.  Silly girls!
This is the best recipe for carmel, its simple and really easy to make.
1 Cup Brown Sugar
1 Can Sweet and Condensed Milk
3/4 Cup Corn Syrup
1/8 tsp Salt
Cook on medium heat, continually stirring so it does not burn. Bring to a soft ball stage.
When it comes to the softball stage let it sit for 1 min and then add:
1/4 Cup Butter
1 tsp Vanilla
Stir until butter is melted.
** Optional: After dipping your apple drizzle milk and white chocolate over them**

Thanks for letting us "POP" over!

A great activity was planned with the Young Women, nothing fancy but very meaningful. We set up visits with the widowed in our ward. We thought it would be a great service to visit them and let the Young Women get to know them. Lots of laughs were made, a few tears were shed and sweet testimonies were born. A night the girls will treasure forever.

This was a little treat we handed out to some of our favorite ward members: