Sunday, December 07, 2008

They won't ask me to help again

This morning I knew one of the Sunday club classes was short of a helper and I offered my assistance.

First off Sue told the story of Christmas, then the children coloured in cut-out characters. So far so good. Then Sue had planned that they'd make rice-krispie-cake mangers. All I had to do was melt the chocolate in the microwave.

A word of advice: always try to avoid burning chocolate in a microwave; it makes the room very smokey and smelly.

I blame the microwave myself.


Furtheron said...

I'll note that one away for later reference ... thanks. :-)

CalumCarr said...

Well, you did melt the chocolate. Only problem is that you went several stages beyond this!

Vic Grace said...

Embarrassing but funny too

Jay said...

Ha! Well ... you did you best, honey. ;)

I'd like to have seen that! LOL!

mrsnesbitt said...

I got this g=far without a chocolate manger......................cows dont eat chocolate!...............

Leslie: said...

Put it down to experience - or lack of. You meant well.

By the way, does George have a hard chew bone?

Puss-in-Boots said...

Well, Liz, that's an original way of getting out of helping...very good. Tell me, did the kids get over the trauma of seeing one of their "good examples" try to set the place on fire.

James Higham said...

Most certainly the microwave's fault and good on you for offering.

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