I am excited to announce that we have another guest blogger today! This is someone who has been highly sought after since I started my blog a year and a half ago but always comes up with reasons why she shouldn’t/can’t write a post for me. After much begging, she finally caved!
This time of the year, people often get together to celebrate the holidays and enjoy each others company. Last night, Matt and I visited the Culinary Loft for his company party and this afternoon, I was be celebrating with my Robin Hood colleagues. And while my sister doesn’t work in a “corporate” environment, that is no reason not to celebrate the festivities surrounding the holidays. Please enjoy her post about the most recent team building activity that she did with her swimmers!
So everyone knows my sister is the just about the best baker ever and so very creative when it comes to her baked goods.
Inspired by her work with Robin Hood and Taste Buds doing gingerbread houses I decided to surprise my swim team on their last official practice with a gingerbread house making party.
We divided into classes and had a competition; at the end of the day prizes were awarded in the following categories:
OVERALL WINNER: Seniors (they each made a house depicting their apartments on campus and put together village)
MOST CREATIVE: Sophomores (what they made isn’t really little things appropriate but it was hilarious)
CLASSIEST: Juniors (a very classy and well designed house)
MOST ENTHUSIAM: First years (they got VERY into building their project…)
Thanks to Molly (and mom) for suggesting this as a team project; and thanks to my swimmers for making it fun!