Wow, the months fly by quickly, and it is time again to send out another “Love Package” to our beloved grandson. Hopefully he will have received his package by the time I have posted this blog post. We know how much he enjoys his “Love Package” each month and is so eager to get to the Post Office to check out what’s in his new pack. We, in turn, love getting his thank you call telling us just how much he appreciates our giving.
Of course, first of all, he will be receiving his Call To Glory Kids monthly magazine. You can find an example of the contents for this month here: http://ctgpublication.com/preview-ctg-kids
A bit about Call to Glory:
Call To Glory is introducing exciting KJB devotionals for any family with kids! Filled with stories illustrating Biblical principles, with games, puzzles, and fun facts throughout each daily lesson that will make learning fun.
This exciting devotional will take kids on a journey through their daily devotional reading with stories and illustrations to learn the Bible and principles for Christian living. Some of the principles that will be taught and reinforced are:
- Honoring God
- Honoring Parents
- Christian Character
- And more!
Kids will learn valuable life lessons daily to apply to their own lives, and become passionate for God!
What will set us apart:
- We will publish a fresh issue every month containing devotionals for every day.
- All Scripture references will be taken from the King James Bible only!
- Our devotions will be written by independent, fundamental Baptists– Full time Christian Children/Youth workers, Sunday School Teachers, Christian school teachers, and other established Christian leaders.
Remember: A child is never too young to begin a lifelong habit of studying God’s word!!
This month’s package is all about ice cream!
Handmade card by Grandma made on my Silhouette Cameo. Inside reads,
“Have a sweet day, Grandson.” Also inside he will find a bit
of spending cash perhaps to buy some ice cream.
One of our favorite pics of SMQ enjoying his ice cream!
Of course, this was a few years ago!
Tucked inside also are some Ice Cream Playing Cards, pencils with dairy farm erasers, a fruit and nut snack, and a Minion Pez dispenser. Pez dispensers have been around
a long while. I remember buying those when I was a child eons ago in the 1950’s.
Couldn’t help but check out this quick snip about it’s history:
“Eduard Haas III invented PEZ in 1927, in Vienna, Austria. The name of the candy originated from the German word for peppermint, which happens to be “pfeffermintz.”
Many of these dispensers are collectors’ items today.
How delightful it was to receive a Mother’s Day package this week from New York with some lovely goodies inside:
Thank you, dear darling daughter, for such sweet gift books and sentiments. I do love and miss you so very much, and can’t wait to spend time with you this summer doing some fun mother/daughter things…like shop, eat lunch out, exercise at the Y, go to the park for a picnic, work on some projects, and just to quietly sit and chat at the farm, etc.
I’ll gladly share the Grandparents book from Sean Michael with Dad (Grandpa.)
We love you all more than words can express!
Have a blessed day,