You conduct your Family Home Evening on the back porch, while making ice cream. You puzzle over why your wife asked for vanilla flavor.
A younger daughter volunteers for the “Jesus minute.” She tells about Peter walking on the water. You tell your family you have been thinking about Peter too. We stumble no matter where we walk, you say, so we might as well try walking on water.
Your wife hauls out a half gallon of vanilla ice cream she got at a deep discount. She has the children taste test the store ice cream and then your own, and calculate the costs. Your children conclude that your ice cream tastes better and costs less, if you do not mind time spent on the back porch with the clan.
The younger daughter who volunteered licks the paddle. Your curly-headed toddler takes a bite and chants “happy, happy, happy.”