What's For Dinner?
Make dinner time, family time!
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My brother-in-law had knee surgery this week. I’ve been spending the last couple of days staying with my sister while he was in the hospital. During that time, I was able to ease her schedule with some cooking, caring for an aged dog, and grandson taxiing. In return, I had a quiet place to work, some new subjects for mystery pictures, and a wonderful visit.
She didn’t really need to have me come. She could have eaten frozen dinners and adjusted her lunch break in order to be Grandma’s Taxi. But then I would have missed out of the wonderful feeling of having helped someone.
Can you think of a time when you were able to offer help to someone? Can you think of a time when you could have asked for or accepted help from someone?
Relationships - Interdependence
I enjoyed cooking breakfast for my sister.
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Perfect Family Room
Can you create an imaginary soup that contains food that start with all the letters of the alphabet?
What would you put into Alphabet Soup?
Can you solve
Alex's Mystery Picture?