As many of you know, my family likes to use conversation cards to spark dinner conversation. This started because my daughter didn’t want to (1) listen to my husband and I talk about work or (2) talk about her day at school. So, Mommy purchased some conversation cards.
Our first set of cards was very popular.
Then we bought another set, which I can't find online anymore, but it was fine.
Now, we have Chat Pack.
I have to share our answers to last night’s questions.
Question: If your name were given as the description for any one word in the dictionary, behind what word would people find your name? (Example: HILARIOUS: John Smith.)
DEDICATED: Dear Husband
My family was surprised that I selected SUCCESSFUL. Successful doesn’t have to mean rich. I think that one of the best things that you could hope for in your life is to be successful… successful in whatever you are setting your mind to. We are all trying to achieve something, right? What is better than success?
Question: If you were writing an autobiography, what would be the book’s title (besides your name)?
Lulu: My Life in Glitter
Dear Husband: My Journey to the Edge and Back
Since I couldn’t come up with a title for my book, Lulu thought of one for me… ahem… The Husband, the Dog, the Three Kids, the Yard. I’m NOT kidding… she was smiling and serious… as if this was brilliant! That is the name that my tween suggested for my book title. Is that horrible or what? Really? She gets My Life in Glitter and I get The Husband, the Dog, the Three Kids, the Yard?
Run, don’t walk, to get your set of Chat Pack conversation cards.
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If your name were given as the description for any one word in the dictionary, behind what word would people find your name?