Today, my parents are officially Elder and Sister again.
They are returning for their second year as service missionaries at Heber Valley Camp (HVC)- a camp created by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints for young women, families, and church groups. It is a beautiful, peaceful, and really fun place. (More Posts about HVC HERE)
Last week, we had a family FHE hosted by my sister, Kimberlee.
My dad taught a lesson on family unity which reminded me of this Vietnamese folktale. (He used toothpicks instead of chopsticks.)
The moral of the lesson being that if we all stick together as a family, we will be stronger and unbreakable.
We also sang songs, had treats, and played games.
Clint and I were in charge of games. We played Boo-lah, which is basically a fancy way of playing the Hot and Cold game (No idea where the name came from. This is something Clint played with his family growing up). One person leaves the room while another hides a designated object. Once the "It" person returns, you says Boo-lah loudly or softly to lead them to the object. The closer they are, the loud you get.
During the lesson, this little girl (#6) got the back-scratch of a lifetime by Gram. She was in heaven!