Wednesday, November 24, 2010
Enjoy your kids, grandkids, nieces, and nephews on Thanksgiving Day. We wrote this to encourage you to have fun. Everything you need is included here (you might need to tweak slightly).
To find the next clue, it really doesn’t matter, you can reach the roof if you go outside and use the _ _ _ _ _ _.
Now it’s time to use your wings and glide, you’ll find the next clue outside under the _ _ _ _ _.
Don't you know, it’s time to send-o, you’ll find your next clue in an inside screen _ _ _ _ _ _.
This clue requires work, so be sure to smile, you’ll find the next clue buried under the north end of a backyard leaf _ _ _ _.
This clue may let you race, because it’s over on the baseball field just behind first _ _ _ _.
The clues are getting harder. When you ride a horse you need stirrups, look inside the frig... you’ll find the clue taped to the sticky _ _ _ _ _.
To win this contest you must have the strength of an ox, you’ll find the next clue inside the outside mail _ _ _.
If you obey your mother, you’ll know you’ll please her...
you’ll find the next prize inside the kitchen _ _ _ _ _ _ _.
This game is difficult, it pushes you to the max, you’ll find the next clue under a machine that let’s you _ _ _.
If you’ve come this far, you must be really stable,
the final prize is on the _ _ _ _ _.
(Your turkey is your final destination.)
(For children, add some more prizes also, or tears might flow!)
You are The Official
Posted by Cheryl Moeller: Stand up Comic for Moms, Syndicated Mom Humor Columnist, Conference Speaker, Author, Cookbook writer, and Mom of 6. Contact: email@example.com at 5:11 AM
Wednesday, November 17, 2010
Baby Saves Christmas
For Better For Worse For Keeps
For Better For Worse For Keeps Part I 4 part CD Set
The Road to I Do Part I 4 part CD Set
Tuesday, November 9, 2010
Give Your Guests a Warm Welcome This Thanksgiving
Cheryl's Apple Cider
1 gallon pure apple juice or cider
1 cinnamon stick
2 large apples, washed and cored (not peeled)
2 individual herbal apple tea bags.
Add all ingredients to crockpot, and stir.
Cover, and cook on low for 8-10 hours.
To serve remove tea bags and stir.
This festive healthy cider is different and refreshing with real dissolved apple pieces.
A warm and easy way to welcome your guests as they arrive to Thanksgiving Dinner.
Posted by Cheryl Moeller: Stand up Comic for Moms, Syndicated Mom Humor Columnist, Conference Speaker, Author, Cookbook writer, and Mom of 6. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org at 8:31 PM