Category — Flag Day
Here is mine:
10. I was able to go to college and choose my profession.
9. I have a home that provides protection.
8. I am able to have a driver’s license and drive.
7. I am able to voice my opinion without fear of being jailed.
6. I am able to vote for the candidate of my choice.
5. I have a voice in what happens in my community.
4. My dreams are not limited by anyone but me.
3. I am able to have a family and share their lives.
2. I am able to worship the God of my choice.
1. I have the freedom to make choices about my life.
July 1, 2010 3 Comments
Your kids or grandkids can make these FUN NAPKIN RINGS for a family Independence Day celebration.
June 30, 2010 No Comments
Star Pastry Treat
You will need:
2 sheets of ready-rolled puff pastry
1/3 C jam (any flavor)
1 C whipped cream
Large star cookie cutter
Non-stick baking paper
Preheat the oven to 350°
1. Cut stars from the pastry, using a large star cookie cutter. If you do not have a cookie cutter make a star pattern from cardboard and trace using a butter knife.
2. Line a baking tray with non-stick baking paper.
3. Place the pastry stars on the baking tray and prick them all over with a fork.
4. Bake for 8-10 minutes or until the stars are puffed and golden. Let cool.
5. Slice the stars in half horizontally and spread the bottom halves with jam and cream.
6. Put the tops back on and sandwich together. Dust with confectioner sugar and colored sprinkles.
Makes about 14 stars.
June 29, 2010 1 Comment
You can your children make this easy decorations for your July 4th celebration.
cardboard tubes (toilet paper, paper towel, foil) about 5 inches in height
Patterns – DOWNLOAD FIRECRACKER PATTERNS
crayons or markers
colored paper or foil
Print patterns and write “What America Means to Me” in the spaces provided.
Color then cut out and glue around cardboard tube.
Make the tube look like a firecracker by gluing strips of color paper or foil on the inside of the tube.
June 28, 2010 2 Comments
June 2, 2009 No Comments