We are finally up and mostly recovered from Irma. It’s been a really rough week here and we have had a slow go of bouncing back. Many of our friends are still without power and basic needs. Stores aren’t stocked yet and there is no promise of when supplies will be fully returned. I have spent today thinking a lot about the storm and I think there are 10 things Floridians wish you knew about hurricanes. I am going to share them with you in hopes of equipping you to better encourage a Floridian in your life.
My daughter just finished coming to me for help. She decided her bear needing more stuffing. However, she couldn’t figure out where she was having problems with her needle and thread. After a quick adjustment, she was able to sew her bear back up and feel a huge sense of accomplishment. It got me thinking. There are life skill kids should have so they can feel confident when they move out one day. I am going to share a few life skills I think kids should have and resources to help them learn them.
10 Life Skills Kids Should Have
I did receive 4 tickets to the Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party and a parking voucher. However, all opinions are 100% my own and were not influenced by the fact that I received tickets.
This year we had the opportunity to head out to Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party. For the first time, we decided on having the entire family in costume. I will be sharing tutorials for the costumes in the coming weeks. Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party is a separately ticketed event and well worth the ticket price. I am going to share some tips for you to help you make the most out of your time at the party. I hope these tips for Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party help you to enjoy your trip.