The girls set up display boards, choosing one of their value projects to highlight. Michelle was excited to share her cross-stitch of the Salt Lake Temple, and she was in her element designing the poster to go along with it. (She found the perfect use for the eight value ribbons she earned by completing Personal Progress earlier this year - as a border for her cross-stitch.)
Everyone else's boards were terrific as well. Some of the projects included compiling a recipe book (and learning how to cook), playing soccer, finding family history stories, working in the Bishop's Storehouse, and collecting uplifting quotes. These girls are amazing.
Oh, and the guest speaker reminded us that we get into trouble when we stray into gray areas. Living the gospel is a black and white proposition: Christ's way is "white" and Satan's way is "black" - and you can't do both. I'm thankful we have lots of help and support as we strive to keep out of the gray areas.