Every day I play a chapter of this book on audio using my Scribd app for the kiddos to listen to while doing dishes. The kids always balk at first but I think they eventually get into the satisfying tales of homesteading, gardening, farming and cooking. I think they secretly like it. There’s just something about hearing of a self-reliant life that makes us feel peace and joy.
That night I played games with some girlfriends, online with video conferencing. Here’s what we played, with me showing some of the cards with the webcam and texting some of the cards. I thoroughly enjoyed myself! We did General Conference Trivia and General Conference Double Ditto as well. Great fun!
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