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Tuesday Time to Tackle: September 2013 Visiting Teaching Handout


September's visiting teaching message speaks to me.  It's all about self-reliance.  I decided to use the photo of the Moulton barn, together with five principles of self-reliance, for a handout to accompany the lesson.






















Update:  I've been told that for some, right-clicking doesn't work for printing.  Click here for the link to the picasa album.  You should be able to print from there.  (I hope!)     photo visiting2_zps6d4521f3.jpg

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Thanks for the blessings of self-reliance.

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  1. Love this.. I wish I could print this out and tape it to my bathroom mirror..

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    1. If you right-click on the image, you should be able to do just that. I make the visiting teaching handouts each month to share; feel free to print any that you find helpful!

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  2. Your handout came out nice! I especially love the last one.

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  3. Love your handouts, Kristi!
    Thank you!!
    Is there a possibility you could please create a link?
    When I click on the image it does indeed appear but neither or printer can print it this way nor could the printing shop when I stopped in this morning.
    This girl needs a link; pretty please?
    Thank you!!!

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    1. I hope I have fixed the problem. Here's a link: https://picasaweb.google.com/104595822919729557032/VisitingTeachingHandouts?authkey=Gv1sRgCMynh-SsnsH3Iw#5919427033351189890

      Thank you for alerting me to the problem. Please let me know if that works now.

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