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Friday, June 14, 2013

Bring Back Dinner Parties And The June 14 2013 Blog Carnival Of Christian Family Information Exchange


Hello and welcome, thank you for reading! We at OLIN hope you and yours are having a fun, yet productive, summer. This week I came across something that I know you all will enjoy. Back, way, way back when I was in college we first began having, 'How To Host A Murder Mystery' dinner parties. We would all dress as our character, arrange to have cooks and servers and it usually lasted several hours. It was the prefect way to spend a Saturday night in my opinion! This week I was able to locate a company offering the 'host package' as one download pack for a more than reasonable price! Any of you who enjoy playing any of those, 'who done it' and/or Clue mystery type games will love this! I strongly recommend that you get this pack right away and begin planning your dinner party!

The pack I am recommending has everything need to host the most memorable dinner party ever. You start by assigning each of your guests a character. One really good extra that isn't in this pack, but it comes from our experience, is to also invite cooks and servers. Depending on how fancy your menu will be, the cooks will be responsible for either 'plating' the food or just finishing those last minute item's. Of course you can have your cooks actually cook the entire meal, it's your choice and the sky really is the limit. Just for information purposes, in college we once had a party that was cold cuts and chips! It's your party do as you wish. Why cooks and servers? You are just like everyone else in that you have friends who would love to watch you and your guest 'play' the game but wouldn't ever think about being a character. So we invented the need for cooks and server for these type of friends. Usually, these type of people love serving and so on almost as much as real servers and they can still follow along with the enjoyment of the game as they serve or cook. Depending on the type of party you have, you decide early on if there is to be alcohol or not. It's your party and your home. Again, back in college we had several of each and they all were just as enjoyable as the counterpart.

Because this package is one download you will have everything needed including the complete 'host guide' and 'character guides' along with 'character name tags'. These are important for their set the stage and tone. The host guide offers some good points be sure to read these. The host is the only person who knows all the details about what is going to happen. This guide will assist the host with moving the game along, when to switch to the next round, what is to be revealed each round and general conversation topics. Included with this is suggestions for meals and drinks. It’s your step-by-step guide to throwing an amazing dinner party! The host for this event (probably you) is key to making sure everything happens when it should. The host will also get into character and have fun with the rest of the group.

Lastly and probably the most important item is the, 'invitation template' that comes with the package. At least a week before the event, you will send out invitations via email to everyone attending as a character, cook or server. It will include information about their character, what they should wear, and how to act. All you need to do is choose the person who would fit best with the character, and add the name on the 'invitation template' and send it off! Everything is now taken care of! Your amazing dinner party is all set and the fun is about to begin!

Host a Murder Mystery Dinner Party Now on to a more obscure but related subject. After last week's carnival I received emails stating that I was bring down the entire mood of the carnival with my personal revelations about my health.  I am not sure if I agree however I did promise those folks to liven things up a bit this week with the recommendation of this dinner party game pack. Yes, I too believe that it 'feels' as though there is a dark cloud hanging over our heads! With all the bad news there is little if any good news. So for a moment allow the fun to flow and your guest will thank you for straightening out their over all mood. Remember, most people do much better and achieve much higher when they are at ease and not worried or pre-occupied with negative thoughts. Help your family and friends to achieve more just because they had a evening of fun and laughter at your dinner party!

I believe it's time in America to bring back affordable dinner parties that are big on enjoyment and small on expense! You won't believe just how affordable this entire package is! I have seen these types of games in stores for way too high a price. When we put this together, keeping the price low for struggling families, was job one. Remember, you really don't need to have a big fancy meal that costs too much! Depending on your finances you decide how much to spend and don't go crazy, the food is not the source of the evening's fun, the character interplay is!

Lastly, please allow me to give you one more recommendation. Why not have a family dinner parties with the kids and all! It will truly brighten the over all mood around your home! Regardless of what type of party you will have, I already know it will be fun and something you'll be wanting to do every so often. At least it had that effect on us. Put to bed all of today's worries. Better yet, you Christians need to do as Jesus told us to: place your worries and cares on Him and let them be! When you give your worry and cares to Jesus happiness and good times MUST flow your way! So plan your party and enjoy the evening with close friends and family over a nice (but NOT expensive) dinner. Your family and friend will be thanking you for organizing such a fun time to put all cares and worries away for just the one night! Simply click on the graphic of this package above and you will be taken to the details page to answer any questions and to place an order. This comes to you as a one time payment for Instant Access download! As all OLIN information eproducts, this also comes with a full sixty (60) day guarantee, so if I am lying and this isn't any fun, you get back every cent you paid with no questions or hassles! Plus if the price drops any lower,(I don't see this going lower but I do see it going for a bit more) you get the difference refunded to you! AND... Order now and receive three (3) amazing, truly valuable bonuses! Seriously folks, you have everything to gain and nothing to lose except some crows-feet and upset stomachs! Isn't it time you had more fun into your home and life? Order now then!


Now here is your June 14 2013 Blog Carnival Of Christian Family Information Exchange. Please share this with loved ones and keep submitting your articles. Re-post this elsewhere as long as the URL's and the byline at the bottom are kept somewhere within the re-post. Thank you for all your business and support! We truly value you as our friend and customer. May God almighty bless and protect you and yours for all of time and into eternity!



Olivia Lewiss presents 10 of the Best iPhone Apps for Finding Garage Sales Near You posted at Hire a Nanny , saying, "Garage sales are the ideal place to find bargains at knock down prices. These ten apps will make your search for garage sales much easier, and help you find the best bargains available in your area."

Cherry Liu presents How to Prevent Second Story Window Falls posted at House Sitting Jobs , saying, "Since the number of children falling from windows each year averages around 5,200 So important is this safety concern that an annual National Window Safety Week is held to raise awareness of the dangers that can accompany a fall out of a window where kids are concerned."

Jim Wilson presents 27 Blogs Illustrating How to Decorate Cookies for All Occasions posted at 10 Physical Contact Rules for Babysitters , saying, "Even a basic sugar cookie recipe has the potential to be vastly different from another recipe bearing the same name. And the differences don’t stop there; decorating your sugar cookies opens up a whole new world of possibilities when it comes to creating a cookie that is truly unique."

Brittany Harris presents 10 Ways to Tell If Your Child Can Be Potty Trained in a Week posted at NannyPro.com, saying, "Every child develops at their own individual pace, so some are prepared to use the potty much earlier than others. Fortunately, there are clues to let you know when your little one is ready. If the time is right, a child can be trained within one week!"

Elisabeth Wright presents 30 Blogs Highlighting the Health Benefits of Receiving Chiropractic Care posted at Vitamins and Minerals, saying, "Chiropractic care includes the manipulation of the spine and other joints, and those doctors who choose to specialize in and practice chiropractic care believe that the body will be able to heal itself when everything is aligned properly. chiropractors can improve your immune system and actually prevent disease as part of a preventative care program."

Denise Thompson presents 10 Life Lessons Dads Should Teach Their Daughters posted at Find A Babysitter, saying, "The concept of “daddy’s little girl” is one that’s so heavily ingrained into the cultural consciousness that it’s almost taken for granted. In fact, fathers are uniquely placed to instill values and ideals into their daughters that moms might struggle with. Of all the life lessons that today’s girl needs to learn, these are ten that fathers should teach their daughters."

Laura Anderson presents Expert Insights with Mom and Author Rachel Randolph on Living Vegan With Kids posted at eNannySource, saying, "Recently I had the chance to connect with friend and fellow author, Rachel Randolph. I’ve had the opportunity to follow her journey into vegan parenthood and have learned a few things about food and family along the way. Here’s a little of what she dished about on living vegan with kids."

Robin Bremer presents Feed My Kids JOY! Not rules, condemnation and shame! AWESOME Kids teaching Series posted at www.RobinBremer.net, saying, "God wants us to tell our children about the Goodness of God. As they come to see His love unconditionally for them their behavior will line up. Robin Uses her realistic puppets to teach kids about the joy of the Lord."

Robin Bremer presents NEW Bible Study EMPOWERS CHILDREN to Experience The Holy Spirit & Power posted at www.RobinBremer.net, saying, "Children can be filled with the Holy Spirit and walk in God's power and presence just like adults."

Michelle Brown presents 25 Blogs with Tricks for Making Your Nails Look Beautiful this Summer posted at Nanny, saying, "Having healthy nails goes beyond just slapping on a coat of the latest color or polish. You also need to make sure that your cuticles are trimmed and healthy and that your skin is soft and glowing."

Arianna Lee presents How to Help Increase Your Child’s Ability to Be Attentive posted at Part Time Nanny, saying, "Though helping a scattered child learn to sit still and listen quietly may feel akin to Sisyphus’s never-ending task, there are things you can do to help your little one improve his attention span."

Olivia Lewiss presents How to Choose a Church for Your Family posted at Hire a Nanny, saying, "Whether you’re moving to a new area and have yet to find a church family, are converting to a new faith or you’re simply making the change from one church to another within your denomination, a lot of thought goes into finding the right church. Before making the leap into membership at any one facility, here are a few of the things you’ll want to consider."

Alaina Moore presents Au Pair » 24 Blogs Spotlighting Recipes to Use up All of Your Rhubarb posted at aupair.org, saying, "While rhubarb is actually a vegetable that is related to buckwheat, a 1947 court ruled that it be considered a fruit. Many people enjoy rhubarb cooked with sugar and added into some sort of a dessert, but there are myriad ways you can enjoy this interesting produce."

Cherry Liu presents 10 Secrets for Staying Fit When on the Road posted at House Sitting Jobs, saying, "Traveling can be fun, but You’re stuck inside your car for hours at a time, there’s little to no movement involved and you end up eating fast food more often than not. Still, there are things you can do to keep healthy and fit even when you’re traveling."

Sydney Bell presents 20 Things to Think Twice About Before Including Them On Your Blog posted at Longhorn Leads, LLC, saying, "Blogs are great marketing tools for your business or professional image, can help you to keep far-flung family members updated on new developments in your family unit and are effective platforms for the sharing and discussion of political and spiritual beliefs. What they’re not, however, is completely anonymous or free of risk if you decide to include sensitive information."

Kevin Giffin presents 10 First Aid Facts to Know Before Taking Your First Summer Hike posted at Summer Nanny, saying, "Hiking is a great way to get in some exercise, enjoy the beauty of the great outdoors and get some fresh air. Like most activities, however, it’s not without its share of risks. In order to ensure that everyone on your hiking trip returns in good shape, these are 10 of the first aid facts relevant to hiking that each member of your party should know."

Sharon Moore presents 10 Activities to Help with Number Recognition posted at Nanny Jobs, saying, "A word of warning, though – if you tell a counting child you’ll be ready in 30 seconds, expect them to count down right away and hold you to it! There are many simple activities and games that children enjoy that teach them to identify and use numbers. Try them out yourself, and you will find that it opens up a whole new world for your little one!"

AJ Turner presents posted at The Seventh Time.

Laura Anderson presents Expert Insights with Deborah Tillman, America’s Supernanny posted at eNannySource, saying, "Recently I had a chance to connect with Deborah Tillman, host of Lifetime TV’s America’s Super nanny: Family Lock down. From the difference between a nanny and daycare center worker to her best advice for parents and nannies, here’s what Deborah had to say."

Brittany Harris presents 10 Things to Add to Your Parenting Bucket List posted at NannyPro.com, saying, "Before actually becoming parents, most people are filled with ideas of things that they assume they’ll be doing with the children they have in the future. Before you tear up that bucket list and give it up as a pipe dream, however, here are ten of the things you should make sure stay on it and that you should actively work towards achieving."

Janet Golovine presents 10 Ways to Deal With a Passive-Aggressive In-Law posted at Become A Nanny, saying, "Dealing with in-laws can be difficult. While there are many personality traits that are difficult to swallow, passive-aggressiveness may be the most challenging of all the traits to handle in your newer family members. Before you get too discouraged, try these tips when interacting with your passive-aggressive in-law."

Eric Taylor presents 10 Common Summer Allergens to Avoid posted at Nanny Care, saying, "Pollen, molds and many other allergens are profuse during the summer months. For families with kids prone to allergies, here are ten common summer allergens that you should try to avoid."

Carter White presents Helping Same Sex Siblings Get Along posted at Babysitting, saying, "Sibling fighting is one of the biggest complaints of parents and caregivers alike. Siblings, especially same sex ones, seem to know how to push each other buttons. Here are some tips to help your kids stop fighting."

David Thompsonn presents Age-Appropriate Ways Kids Can Show Support to a Sick Relative posted at Backup Care, saying, "One of the most effective ways of helping a child to cope with the serious illness of someone close to her is to make her feel like an integral part of the support network. Before you attempt to shield your child from the realities of a serious illness, consider the ways that she can be a real help and learn to understand sickness at the same time."

Denise Young presents 30 Blogs Featuring Methods for Fixing Corn on the Cob this Summer posted at Au Pair Care, saying, "Corn can be prepared in an assortment of ways, from boiling it on the stove top to grilling it to roasting it in the oven, just to name a few, and each way develops the flavor profile differently. These 30 blog entries will give you directions on how to cook your corn on the cob, as well as some creative recipes that include this summer staple."

Justina Tagbo presents Worried About Her Children posted at Achievers and Movers in the Kingdom of God., saying, "Great mothers always prayer for their children at all times to avoid regrets in future. Even if you didn't start early in correcting your children, NOW is the time to stand strong and pray for their future."

Justina Tagbo presents Hurt by the people you trust the Most!! posted at Achievers and Movers in the Kingdom of God., saying, "Be careful about the people you entrust your children. Create time to know your children very well so that when you notice strange behaviour in them, you will be able to handle the situation through the HELP of GOD."

Jeff Moore presents 10 Ways to Help Your Child Cope with Middle School Peer Pressure posted at Babysitting Jobs, saying, "As your child enters middle school, peer pressure can escalate as classmates begin pushing the boundaries set by both parents and schools. As parents, you are still the largest influence in your kids’ lives, giving you an opportunity to help them cope with this peer pressure."

MITCHELL MORRIS presents Fun Ways to Spend Rainy Days Indoors with Kids posted at Full Time Nanny, saying, "There are fun things to do indoors during a rain storm that you and your kids will love. Instead of wallowing in the blues of the bad weather, remember that fun can be had when it’s rainy too."

Kevin Giffin presents 28 Blogs Featuring Camping Grub You Can Make for Your Next Camp Out posted at Summer Nanny, saying, "Everybody loves camp foods, and there are some very tasty meals that can be made over a campfire. Learn how to make some main dish recipes, food on a stick, Dutch oven meals and some yummy desserts These articles will help you figure out what to pack and how to pack it so that it travels well."

Steve Jackson presents 30 Blogs Showing You How to Throw the Best Pool Party posted at Housekeeping, saying, "Summer is approaching, which means the weather’s heating up and it’s time to start planning that pool party!If you are having an adult only party, you need to specify that on the invitation. You may end up adding an additional theme to your pool party, like a Hawaiian Luau, Pirates Reef or Mermaids. Start decorating with beach balls and pool noodles and other items that go with your chosen theme."

Jessica Clark presents 27 Blogs with Tips for Getting the Most Out of Running posted at Kenney Myers, saying, "Running is the preferred cardio choice for many. Not only does it strengthen your heart, but it also torches calories, aids in weight loss . Running also releases endorphins, which can help combat depression."

Michelle Brown presents 18 of the Best Blogs to Help You Understand Food pH and Your Body posted at Nanny, saying, "If your diet is too acidic your body will compensate to get your body back in balance, whereas if you are not eating enough alkalizing food your body may have to pull the nutrients that it needs from your bones and organs."

Sharon Moore presents 10 Activities to Help with Letter Recognition posted at Nanny Jobs, saying, "Once you learned your alphabet and letter sounds, you, like most children, probably felt elated as you began to crack the code of the written word. Relive that excitement as you teach your own child letter recognition, and begin to build pre-reading skills using these delightful activities."

Hailey Jones presents The Pros and Cons of Kids Wearing School Required Uniforms posted at Nanny Websites, saying, "As more schools consider the idea of requiring a uniform, the debate surrounding the issue becomes even more heated. Before storming the next meeting of the Parent Teacher Association with your opinions regarding school uniforms, it’s wise to consider both sides of the issue in order to make a rational, fair and balanced argument."

Cherry Liu presents 10 of the Best iPhone Apps for Keeping Track of the Wines You Like and the Wines You Don’t posted at House Sitting Jobs, saying, "Now you can create a virtual collection of wines, complete with your personal ratings, so that when it comes to shopping for or ordering wines you will be able to access what you want, or want to avoid, immediately."

Carter White presents 20 of the Best Blogs with Creative Ideas to Teach Your Kids about Butterflies posted at Babysitting, saying, "From their delicate wings to their vibrant colors, butterflies are an enchanting part of the spring and summer months. In addition to the beauty they add to the days, they also can provide plenty of lessons for kids."

Laura Anderson presents Expert Insights with Pediatric Psychologist Dr. Lynne Kenney posted at eNannySource, saying, "Recently I had a chance to catch up with good friend and nanny supporter Dr. Lynne Kenney, pediatric psychologist, author and mom. Dr. Lynne Kenney has been actively supporting nannies for many years and has spoken at many industry events, bringing a message of empowerment to those who partner with parents in caring for children."

Shelby Martin presents Why Parents Should Take Time Outs Instead of the Kids posted at GoNannies.com Blog, saying, "As far as forms of punishment go, there are many compelling reasons to give your child a time out instead of resulting to other physical forms of punishment. Taking a time out can help your child calm down and be able to make better choices; however, the “time-out” is often overused and misused by parents."

John Williams presents 18 Blogs Explaining How and When to Talk to Your Kids about Puberty posted at Live-In Nanny, saying, "It’s important to talk to your kids about puberty at an early age. Because boys and girls can start experiencing puberty as early as 9 years old, you should start talking to your child about the changes that his body will go through as he grows up by 4th grade."



That will conclude this June 14 2013 edition.   Please submit your blog article to the next edition of Christian Family Information Exchange using our carnival submission form. Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page.
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