Life is Like a Camera: Focus on what’s important, Capture the good times, Develop from the negaitives and If things don’t work out take another shot.
“For we are God’s masterpiece. He has created us anew in Christ Jesus, so we can do the good things he planned for us long ago.” – Ephesians 2:10
Years ago in New Jersey, there was a man who advertised he was going to play a concert on an extremely valuable violin. People came from miles around to hear him play. He stepped on stage, tucked his instrument under his chin and played.
… with GOD all Things are Possible. Matthew 19:26
One of the Happiest Moments in Life, when you find the Courage to Let Go of what You Cannot Change.
Never Let the Things You Want Make You Forget the Things You Have. ~ tobymac #SpeakLife Continue reading
- Here are some good ideas so that your leftover candy does not go to waste, or to your midriff.
- Send it to the troops. There are several organizations that let you donate your leftover Halloween candy to the troops.
- Donate it. You can donate your leftover Halloween candy to a local nursing home or women’s shelter or food bank.
- Bake with it. There are so many recipes that can be found online some of our favorites include Butterfinger Cake, Tootsie Roll surprise cupcakes and cookies topped with M&Ms.
- Bring it to the office.
- Stuff a Piñata with it.
- Use it for stocking stuffers or gifts. You can purchase holiday themed bags and. Most candy will still be good to eat in December.
- Freeze it for later. Most candy freezes well. You can freeze candy in small plastic bags to use for baking or special treats later. You can even use your thawed out candy to decorate a gingerbread house in the winter.
- Use it for teacher’s gifts.