Celebrating the “Right” Way! — 14 Comments

  1. What a wonderful idea and just think: NO ONE is ‘left out’ ! I love it!
    Thanks with love. Margaret

    on the light side: In December my late husband used to say to everyone: “Merry Christmas, Happy New Year, and a Hot Fourth of July !”

  2. What a wonderful model lesson this “Right, Left” cute story would make for ESL students, kids and adults alike during Christmas holiday time. As an ESL teacher for many years, I can envision the great fun in both teaching and learning parties. Thank you so very, Karen.

    • It has been a lot of fun, especially for the younger kids who have to remind themselves which is right and left, especially when the story moves along fairly fast.

  3. I saw that idea and story years ago, Karen, and had forgotten about it. Thanks so much for bringing it back to mind. I can already hear the hilarity! Love and hugs to you during this tender season–your first one without Charles. Do know you are in my thoughts and prayers.

  4. Thank you, Judy, for keeping me in your prayers. I so appreciate it. I’m just finishing up a three-month class called GriefShare at my church and it has been so helpful.

    • I’m so grateful you had that class to attend and that it has been beneficial to you. Will you be at Mount Hermon in the spring? I’d love to reconnect with you there.

    • Judy, thanks for your additional comment. No, I won’t be at MH next year. I was invited but I declined. I’ll be 78 next year and feel it’s time for younger people to take over. Also, the format and leadership, etc. is changing so it felt right for me to step down, thankful for all the years I had.

  5. Funny you posted this idea this week Karen! I just did this with our friends at a Christmas Party we hosted at our house Saturday.

    We had the women bring “girl gifts” and the men “guy gifts.” Then we read the story twice and did the men and women separate. We had lots of laughs and it made gift giving much more exciting.

    The “giving and laughing” spirit often gets lost in the hustle and bustle of festivities. Ain’t that “Right?” This was a fun way to bring it back and no one got “Left” out!(Giggles)

    Merry Christmas Y’all!

    Thanks for sharing it for others to enjoy Karen!
    Smiles, BRC

    • Beth, what fun it was to read that you had recently played the ‘Right Family’ game. So glad no one was
      ‘left’ out because you got it ‘right’ from the beginning!:-)

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