I was thinking about King David, and what kind of man he
was. A few weeks ago I watched a Bible
history show on TLC or History Channel or one of those, I can’t remember the
details. Anyways, they detailed his
accomplishments when he was young—the famous David and Goliath showdown, how he
helped alleviate the King’s headaches through his music, his rise to
What strikes me is that David had a few talents as a youth,
specifically playing the harp and using a sling shot. These two talents might not be too impressive
today, and they probably weren’t super impressive back then, either.
So, besides being an author, advocate for children, and educator at SeaWorld, I'm also a crochet and craft enthusiast! I have had many requests for the pattern for the orca hat I made for my nephew. The bad news is I created that pattern as I went, so it is going to be somewhat "rough." I have never written a pattern before, so if you know how I can improve it, PLEASE let me know!
You need a skein of black yarn, a skein of white yarn, and a K hook. You can download the PDF of the pattern
shapes out of clay is not only a fun way to help squish out stress and worry,
now it can be a fun snack! This recipe
uses peanut butter, powdered milk, and honey to form a dough. Because the dough contains peanut butter and
honey, it is not suited for children under the age of 1 year. The following recipe can be divided among
4-6 children, or dough can be stored in the refrigerator and separated into
single servings as needed.
Peanut Butter Play Dough (edible)