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Monday, December 14, 2009

On The Fourth Day of Christmas

     Do you like to collect something special?  Have you ever noticed what kids like to collect?  Rocks.  Unh, huh.  Its true.  Walk outside with a child for five minutes and you'll have a collection of rocks to rival any Hummel or Precious Moments assortment you can buy.  The difference, of course, is the price.

     On the Fourth Day of Christmas, borrow from a favorite child's natural tendency to collect rocks and put it to something useful.  Find a rock about the size of the palm of your hand or whatever is comfortable.  Using markers or modeling paints, draw a face on one side of the rock and set it aside to dry.  Next, surf the the internet for a poem titled, Prayer Rock.  I posted a link, but there are other versions of this poem, so choose the one you like best.

     Follow the directions on this site, wrap it nicely and you have a very nice gift for the Fourth day of Christmas.

     Day one, a poem.
     Day two, a story.
     Day three, some games.
     Day four, give glory.

     We're on the right track for giving without a lot of spending for Christmas.  Come back tomorrow for more fun.


Marilyn said...

What a cute idea!! note...(most of my rocks are under 6" of snow.....ugh!!) LOL!!
Merry Christmas!

Kristi Faith said...

I love these posts :) I left you a little something over at my blog :)

My name is PJ. said...

I know I'm probably older than you, but, "Will you adopt me?" I adore these ideas,each one more than the next!

Yaya' s Changing World said...

No snow allowed on Prayer Rocks. Sorry, but the snow will have to wait to be included with another gift. :-)

Thank you, Kristi. I like little somethings.

As it happens, today is the day I am open to adoptions. :-) I'm so glad you are enjoying the ideas. I wonder if I can keep it up?

~ Yaya

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