Saturday, September 12, 2009

Cottage Meetings


Anonymous said...

Scrapbooking, Stamping, Card-making, sewing, anything crafty whatsoever, baking desserts, quick & easy dinner ideas, break-making (which I've always wanted to do but have never done), FHE ideas, dancing, game nights , etc.

Jennifer Graham

Casey Gentle said...

I'm with Jennifer! I love crafty stuff. Altough I'd prefer to work on a sewing project where I get real guidance. Maybe have 2 or 3 classes (cottage meetings) to see the progress, correct my mistakes (cause I have plenty of those) and put me back on track to get it completed. Instead of start something I can't finish.

Anonymous said...

It's me (Jenn) again. Is anyone else interested in getting together to make Visiting Teaching Kits - i.e pre-made goodies that we make a few months in advance for the sisters on our route, so that when each month rolls along we are ready to go?

For example:

Willis Family said...

I would like classes like learning about our Constitution that would help us learn & be proactive in saving our freedoms.
- Also a class on how to make a compost bin & how to make compost.
- How to be a Great Visiting Teacher:A monthly pep talk & class to make something for our sisters!
- A fun date night monthly!
- How to make cheap & quick meals!

Scott and Jenn said...

I am always up for some kind of cooking class, sewing (I can use all the help I can get with this) In some old wards I was in we would also have a lunch bunch and that was always fun.

Jennifer Daniels

Rachel said...

I with the Willis' I'd love to make a compost bin. Any kind of cooking class or crafty class. I could do a beginner sewing class. I can also teach sisters how to knit if anyone is interested.

Bev said...

Homemade compost bins are quite easy to make. However, they involve cutting the metal cans with big metal "cutters" - just be careful so no one gets hurt cutting the metal.