They really brighten up the room, don’t you think? ☺
The posters are from Family Formation, which is a weekly catechetical study that my family is totally loving. We started the program in September after Deb left a comment on this post, in which I asked for help learning the books of the Bible.
Gosh, I’m thankful for that com-box!
So yes, Family Formation. I can’t say enough about this program. I love that the packets arrive in monthly installments that are then broken down into three weekly lessons. (We usually do ours on the way to Mass, with some supplementing throughout the week for coloring & crafting.) It’s a very hands-on, very fun, very well written program.
Oh, and did you know they have a blog now?
In other news and another com-box, Hélène inquired about my gravy. “How do you cook your gravy?” she wondered, “Because I have never had mine turn out that color. It looks very rich and tasty.” It is, Hélène, and for that I give credit to Kitchen Bouquet and my French-Canadian father! (I’m sure he won’t mind if I share his secret.)
A little dab is all you need for a rich & tasty gravy. How much of this gravy you serve to yourself is entirely up to you.
Happy Tuesday, everyone! And happy first week of Advent.