Monday, March 10, 2014

Monday's Matter: Spiritual Vertigo

At our home at at millions of others around the globe Monday nights are set aside for family.  A Family Home Evening!

We LOVE history and are so blessed to have so many wonderful stories from my husband's father who wrote down his memoirs.  He was born in 1921 in Ohio.  He lived through the Great Depression, loved baseball and tried out to pitch in a minor league team as a young man, he joined the Army Air Corps and served during WWII,  he lived in tropical Florida, moved to tropical Townsville, Australia, he was a photographer, a husband, a father and an adventurer at heart.

For tonight's FHE, and in honor of him, I thought it might be fun to watch and discuss this awesome video about a WWII fighter pilot and have a paper airplane contest!


A World War II fighter pilot teaches some essential truths to fly by—and to live by in Spiritual Vertigo.


Paper Airplane Folding and Flying Contest

Step 1:  Choose your style
Step 2: Fold your paper

Check out this link for some more amazing step by step instructions for Our Favorite Paper Airplanes!!!

Step 3:  Fly it!!!

~ Air Show ~

Distance Flown -  see who can fly the farthest!

Time in the Sky - use a stop watch and clock hang time!

Air Show - See which planes can fly in the most unusual ways!

“What you create doesn’t have to be perfect. So what if the eggs are greasy or the toast is burned? Don’t let fear of failure discourage you.” 

                       ― Dieter F. Uchtdorf

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