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Round Two...Pass-it-on Party.
So, the next day I hosted a gift giving pass-it-on party for the kids ages 9-12. There was space for 8, but 4 didn't RSVP on time, 1 RSVP'd but didn't show and one was extremely late. It is always my desire to have a full house and I had crafted monogrammed goodie bags for all the participants, but alas I had to stick to the simple guidelines I had set. I still had the party with only 4 kids. My Goddaughter also volunteered to be an assistant. (Yeah right, she wanted to make the gift too lol) We made gooey lemon butter cakes and the gift boxes to contain them.
The Snickerdoodles from the day
before cookies in a jar craft
These kids did a great job! And they were old enough to clean up their mess Whooo Hoooo! When is the next school break...I need time to recuperate (lol).
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My name is Tina. I am a teacher, writer, dramatist, storyteller and crafter. Although, I studied computer science in college, I soon discovered that I was better at being creative than I was at being technical.
In 1997 I started the PARABLES Drama Ministry. Through the PARABLES I have been able to share the gospel of Jesus Christ through dramatic expression. I have had the opportunity to perform and direct in many venues; including street theater.
I like to cook, craft, sew and make jewelry. Hence, God is prompting me to include these interests as He is birthing PARABLES Productions and Events; an education company where we teach by using dramatic expression, stories and interactive instruction. Teaching creative subjects allows me to show others how to collaborate, communicate, create and exude confidence. In addition to theater related activities; there is now a venue to teach creative subjects like sewing, cooking and crafting. I host events where I simply teach lessons and skills that I have learned over the years; hence these events are called "Pass-it-on Parties." Now that's passion turned profession!