Nothing says “I LOVE YOU” like a personalized package filled with your favorite treats and thoughtful gifts. We got the word that Grandma had hurt her back when helping a loved one. She was in bed day and night for days and Grandma was in need of a PICK-ME-UP. So we first made a list of Grandma's favorites and then went to work gathering the pieces for our care package.
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Always add some of your favorite pictures. They are sure to make them smile from ear to ear.
Handwritten notes are a must! They tug on those heart-strings like nothing else. Get some cute stationary!
My kids wanted to send well wishes to help their grandma get better. It was a fun little project. It is a little vile with “wish dust” inside. Glue the cork in with E6000 and twist in a tiny screw and attach to a necklace chain. Allow to dry sitting up for at least 24 hours. She loved it and wears it all the time.
Granola is Grandma's favorite! We made her famous family recipe, and sent her a jar along with some of her other favorite treats.
We even sent a package of bubble gum, and a bubble blowing contest challenge for her and Grandpa to do together. They got a kick out of that. They sent pictures via phone to my kids, to show off their best bubbles. Now it's your turn! Here is a list of ideas to get you started.
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I know that it means a lot to those who are the recipients of these boxes of LOVE.
What did you put in YOUR Care Package?
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DAY 5: JESUS CHRIST HEALED THE SICK
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