Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Sisters, Sisters

Today we welcomed all our sisters to the mission home,
to meet one another and to learn together.
Of course, I had to make it a Halloween theme
spider web brownies,
candy corn cookies,
orange colored butter cookies,
these were my new favorites, candy corn cupcakes.
aren't they adorable.
Candy dishes for the training, I do this for the zone leader
trainings too.
I found the cutest spider web server this year, 
I LOVE it.
Lunch was ready when they arrived, complete with
orange everything, including the serving utensils.
We had chicken salad on croissants,
orange jello and the desserts.

After lunch we did a training and then we did a little
sister bonding project.  The sisters all made some thank
you cards and Sister Woodruff helped them sew a rice bag for 
heating up for aches and pains. 

Then we ate supper, we had super nachos, with sweet pork,
 taco meat and all the trimmings. 
Fresh fruit, caramel dip, leftover jello and more desserts.
Big smiles and big appetites.

It was very fun to sit down with them and hear
their conversations,  just like your own kids.

We had a wonderful time with our sisters, learning together and
sharing our testimonies and spirits.


  1. Happy Halloween Yvonne! Thinking of you today! You've got to try my new recipe. Line a pan with wax paper, melt some choc chips and spread it in the pan. Then, equal parts of candy corn and peanut butter. Melt the corn in the microwave (not too long or it will go hard). Stir in the peanut butter. Put some more chocolate on the top. Cool. Tastes just like Butterfingers! I promise! Such a good use for all your left over candy corn! I'm also trying a new recipe for dinner tonight. Sort of a swiss cheese fondue cooked in a pumpkin. I hope we like it! See, I really am coming back to life! Ann Marie

  2. Oops, forgot to say put the peanut butter stuff in the pan, but I guess you can figure that out :-)

  3. I tried those Butterfingers at Project Day, and they really were like butterfingers! All your Halloween treats brought back great memories of your Halloween parties. They were always so fun, and I'm glad to see you're still sharing your wonderful talents! Love ya, Wendy