Thursday, June 11, 2015

Grateful for My Unseen Father!

Last night, I was preparing for a special treat for fathers this coming Sunday because it's Father's Day. I invited the Sister Missionaries for this simple project at home. 

I've been using the T-Shirt Origami before on Father's Day but now I going to use a Tie.

You'll need: 
Neck Tie
 Black Cartolina
Correction Pen for writing
Permanent Marker White

First, I made a pattern from my husband's tie. The tie is already tied. I pulled the tie at the back to level the length and get the length I wanted. 
Second, I cut it. 
Third, I write and design. 

I asked the missionaries to write and design on the ties I made. At first it was easy to make a message for fathers.. but later on we're running out of what to say for them. We thought that we could right a message for our own father. And then, I became a little bit emotional (without noticing the sisters that i felt sad). 

And I came up with this! (which made me think more about my father)

I was thinking that if he was just beside me, He will be too protective to me. And being with him will be comfort and safe...

I haven't seen him since I was two. And of course I could not remember things from him in that age. :-) My mother just tells me good and bad things about him.. I think it's normal. 


I wanted to be grateful for my father. And truly, I'm grateful for Heavenly Father for my father. Even though I haven't met him. He has given me a legacy of good attributes and looks?? :-) (Isn't it obvious?) 

Even if my quest to find him for my family history is frustrating and disappointing, I won't give up but just be grateful always. In my heart, I feel that I love him.

And fourth, wear it to your loving father. I'm planning to use a tape or to use a string. 

I'll let you know what happen this Sunday. :-) I'll update you with photos! Promise! :-)

UPDATE:  Here is the promise photo with fathers wearing their neckties! :-)

Happy Father's Day to all your fathers! 

Sunday, December 14, 2014

The Travel to Wilderness..

I'm so much like the outcome of my scripture journal
I just so love it that I wanted to share it with you. 
I'm grateful to Shannon of 
for she has given me the inspiration to really make my 
study of scripture more organize, more meaningful 
and understandable and most especially FUN!

Here's how's it looks:
You just have to follow the arrows.

I was able to easily identify how important is the Liahona to their travel and the fine steel bow to a wooden bow. It is important to always inquire of the Lord.

The first time I met Nephi as I read the Book of Mormon, I tell myself okay.. now I know him. But now, I salute him! I want to emulate his example and faith. Every time I'm caught in a situation, I always remember his example. I always hear some one whisper to me that reminds me of Nephi's example. :-) I know how important it is to study and ponder the things we have read because we tend to follow the good example and our heart is changing. 

Hope that you'll enjoy this post! 

Tuesday, December 9, 2014

Visiting Teaching Reports

I found two blogs that shared their Visiting Teaching Reports Forms.

1. Tierrasanta Relief Society
2. inkablinka
I like the idea of having this tools in reporting our visiting teaching report. Because it has always been my problem how to report. And this would be a great help for the Visiting Teaching Supervisor! :-)

Please click on the image and you will be redirected to the blog where you can download this forms. 

From these ideas, I made improved Visiting Teaching Report that serves the need of our ward.

Our Stake Relief Society Presidency requires us to report on number of Sisters who visit teach, go to the temple, have 72 Hours Kit, do scripture study and gardening. The Visiting Teachers can know the sisters they visit teach if they do but we remind them to be extra careful in asking or if you already know don't have to ask because this might be offensive to them. We wanted to ask more inspiration on how to careful manage this kind of situation.

I found this very inspiring...

 Through the help of reports from visiting teachers, the Relief Society presidency identifies those who have special needs because of physical or emotional illness, emergencies, births, deaths, disability, loneliness, or other challenges. The Relief Society president then reports her findings to the bishop. Under his direction, she coordinates assistance.2 

Download: Visiting Teaching Report


In case that you still want other idea of Visiting Teaching Report,
 I think here is another great idea from KugsAlls which I'm going to use but just have make some a little adjustments on the spaces. :-)

Photo from kugAlls
Let us RETURN AND REPORT to our Visiting Teaching Supervisor!

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