Once again, I'm completely humbled by the love you guys show me whenever I open up my mouth and vomit all my failings over the screen. (Which seems to occur with some regularity doesn't it?) Thank you everyone, for your "me too's!" your encouragements, and words of love and kindness in your comments on yesterday's post. I don't believe God will ever use me for His purposes unless I continually come clean with my weaknesses, and y'all let me do it with out judgement. I feel so blessed by every single one of you!
bring the fun to family time this month. (Cause let's face it, it can feel like absolute chaos and zero fun during the holidays right?) I'm renting Mr. Poppers Penguins tomorrow night. (If you want some good review information and a way to prepare for quality discussion after, check out this site.) Thanks to the magical inspiration of Pinterest, I stumbled upon this idea and knew it would be a perfect (and gluten free) nibble during movie time!
cutest thing I've ever seen.
don't panic. You can do this.) Fill your pastry bag or ziplock with cream cheese and snip a small hole (about the size of your olive opening) in it.
Use the carrot chips or slices of carrot for the feet. Cut a small wedge and set it aside- you'll be using this as the penguin beak. Place those little wedges into the opening on each olive that looks like a + sign.
Now gently slide the head onto the toothpick and snip the top if it's too long.
Stand back and admire your handiwork.
Say, "Priceless pack of petite penguins," really fast, ten times.