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Although I miss my Activity Day Girls I am loving getting to know the grown up sisters in our ward better! Food, family and friends are three of my favorite things.I love sharing easy, delicious recipes and entertaining ideas that everyone will love.When she started her blog, Your Homebased Mom, over 9 years ago she had no idea that it would one day house over 2,400 recipes and ideas! We recently had great activity, we called it MIDNIGHT MADNESS. 7.00 Welcome 7.05 M&M Game 7.45 Service Swap (all together)8.30 Fast Friends (pairs, rotational)10.30 Board games and Card Games etc. I miss spending time with those cute little girls twice each month. You can check out some of the fun things we did together here.But now I get to plan fun activities for the girl’s mothers.The sisters have commented that this was one of the most enjoyable activities of the night and can't wait to do the service for the other sisters. Do not use up all the time talking about yourself, share the 3 minutes.

M&M Game - Sisters break into groups of 5-7, sit in a circle and we pass out M&Ms and have them take 2-3 each. Brown : What is one of your favorite childhood memories? Service Swap - We recently had a Service Auction scheduled but I didn't feel comfortable with the "Auction" part so I made a few changes and called it a Service Swap.

Have them all tear off the bottom half and give it to the sister they will perform the service for, this way they keep the top with the Hymn (the motivation to do it) and their service commitment and the other sister knows what they will be receiving (each sister ended up giving a voucher and receiving a voucher for service that night).

We gave them 3 months to do the service in and we'll have them report at our Christmas Enrichment so that we share the good experiences they had serving the other sisters and making new friends in the process.

Several months ago I got a new job at church or we call it a calling.

I am no longer the Activity Day leader, a job/calling I had for two years and dearly loved.