If the choice of marriage partner is truly the most important decision of our life, shouldn't we be laying the ground work for what we want in that arena as well?Gumdrop Mountain / Gumdrop Pass - There are no short cuts.Just go here to see the secret “signs” she’s interested in YOU: 7 Hidden Signs She’s Interested in You (Even if She’s Not Talking to You at All Right Now!Snatched out of Young Women's and sentenced to Primary teaching music and singing with the kids (again) because everyone knows that young children want nothing else than to hear my tenor "man voice" every Sunday. White Elephant Wrap up gifts (with a max value of -3 dollars), and put them in a pile.Have them prepare a "commercial" for the product they've come up with using those items.Once everyone has performed, switch items and reassign teams. Learn to crochet There is bound to be a few people in your ward that would be great at teaching the basics. Photography Have someone come and talk about elements of taking better pictures: composition, lighting, backgrounds, etc.[pro_ad_display_adzone id=”1285″] It’s easy to think that if you’re lacking in one area, you can make up for it by emphasizing your strong points. For example, you could take her to a bar where the lighting is dim… A few months later, he came clean: he had learned this “mind trick” from one of his mentors…
Set up different stations and have the kids break into groups and talk about/practice different life skills with a leader at each stop. Story Switch / Creative Writing Every one gets a piece of paper and 5 minutes to begin writing a story.
I had a playlist for each team, and they took turns identifying the song by only hearing the first few seconds. The girls had to guess songs from the 70's and 80's (can I tell you how the father's couldn't believe their eyes when the intro from Aerosmith's "Sweet Emotion" came on and the girls sat there blankly? The never say no rule was flawlessly executed by these two at a bus stop: 13.
Hearing just a few beats of Maroon 5 would send the girls squealing and screaming "Oh COME ON, Dad! We followed up by playing a few improvisational games after talking about the basic rules that make a scene more successful: don't deny (never say no), don't ask open ended questions, no pregnant ladies as an easy way out, etc.
I had them pair up (if mom has two daughters that works too...leaders can step in for moms that aren't there), gave them a piece of paper, and showed 50 photos of pop/church culture/history that span from mom's childhood until now. After that we showed a video that we had worked on for a month before hand. (combined activity) Invite the families of the ward and neighborhood to bring their kiddos and have them entertained for an evening.
I asked the girls 10 questions, edited the answers together, added some music, some photos of the girls with their mothers when they were younger, and played it for all to see. Each group is in charge of coming up with an activity and running a "booth", whether it's a cake walk, fishing for candy, face painting, The girls invited the "mature" adults in the congregation to bring something from the past that meant a lot to them.