Tuesday, August 12

Geometric Succulent Wreath - A Sara Jane Post

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The content for this post was provided by my fabulous friend & contributor Sara Jane. CLICK HERE if you missed her introduction.

Months ago I was cruising the insanely creative Vintage Revival’s blog on and was captivated by the ingenuity of her DIY Geometric Wreath.  After months of rehashing the wreath tutorial in my brain and a pack of IKEA straws yelling at me, I was bursting to attempt my own creation for my front door. During my kids nap time, I completed the DIY craft in under 2 hours.

Tuesday, July 29

A Home Tour of the RJ Ranch Cabin

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One of my favorite places in the world to visit is the cabin owned by Honey's brother & his wife {but to us they are always "Sis" & "Bro"}.  When friends & family gather there, it is truly a little slice of heaven. 

Monday, July 21

Girl's Camp - Our Skit Night

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Note: In case you're not familiar, each year the youth leaders of our church take the "young women" {ages 12 - 18} camping. The experience is spiritual, education, & most of all - FUN! Usually we stay in tents, but this year wecamped "GLAMPED" in cabins near Heber, Utah. It was heavenly! In the next few days, I'll be sharing the details about our camp.
It's always fun to give the girls a chance to perform at camp. We have a little stage & it is used a lot! In advance we gave each group a subject & asked them to write a skit {or Mormon Message} to perform. I must say I was thoroughly impressed with what they camp up with! 

Saturday, July 12

Our Girl's Camp Thank You Note Class & Other Mini-Classes

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Note: In case you're not familiar, each year the youth leaders of our church take the "young women" {ages 12 - 18} camping. The experience is spiritual, education, & most of all - FUN! Usually we stay in tents, but this year wecamped "GLAMPED" in cabins near Heber, Utah. It was heavenly! In the next few days, I'll be sharing the details about our camp.
During one of our days at girl's camp we featured mini-classes/activities & broke the girls into small groups so they could rotate through them. These were our four classes or activities:

Saturday, July 5

Girl's Camp Cook Off

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Note: In case you're not familiar, each year the youth leaders of our church take the "young women" {ages 12 - 18} camping. The experience is spiritual, education, & most of all - FUN! Usually we stay in tents, but this year wecamped "GLAMPED" in cabins near Heber, Utah. It was heavenly! In the next few days, I'll be sharing the details about our camp.


Girl's camp was filled with lots of great activities. One that went really well {and helped the girls learn something new} was the "Cook Off" Competition. 

Monday, June 30

Girl's Camp Dance Night & 12 Squeaky CLEAN Dance Songs

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Note: In case you're not familiar, each year the youth leaders of our church take the "young women" {ages 12 - 18} camping. The experience is spiritual, education, & most of all - FUN! Usually we stay in tents, but this year wecamped "GLAMPED" in cabins near Heber, Utah. It was heavenly! In the next few days, I'll be sharing the details about our camp.

We have a lot of fun activities at girl's camp, but dance night is a favorite of the girls & leaders alike. Each group of girls is given a different pre-selected song a couple of hours before the program. Then, we meet at the stage & par-tay! I'm always amazed at the choreography those talented girls come up with in such a short time!