Stack 4 marshmallows that will stand on their own for the count of 5.
Take the top of the 32 cups and put it on the bottom. Continue placing the top cup on the bottom until the differently colored cup cup rises to the top.
Using one hand and moving only one skittle at a time, sort them into the matching color-coded cups.
A Bit Dicey
Hold a tongue depressor in your mouth. Place the dice one at a time in a stack on top of the tongue depressor. (The people helping are "chasers" who bend over and pick up the dice when they fall so the player can continue playing.)
Warning: This game will cause your eyes to cross!
Using a chopstick and only one hand, create a tower with all of the ten nuts.
The team of two people that keeps their three balloons in the air and inside their boundary the longest, wins.
The first person to transfer 10 pieces of popcorn one at a time to the second bowl using chopsticks is the winner. The extra person helps to count the popcorn so the player doesn't have to stop and count.
Thar She Blows!
Using the air from a balloon, blow 12 cups off the top of a table.
This is a race to move the cookie from the middle of your forehead to your mouth without dropping it or touching it with your hands.
Don't Drop the Baby!
While holding a baby (pillow), gather as many clothes pins as you can with the other hand.
The FoodWe ate half-way through the night, about 9:30 PM. It was sandwiches, Belizean dip with chips, veggies, and brownies.
Lupita volunteered to help serve the food.
This man, has CP as well as deafness. He lives not far from me, though he doesn't come to our church and frequents the JW meetings. When I went outside to dump a bag of garbage midway through the night, he was walking on the road with his sister. I invited him to come join us. His name is a D on the opposite hand but I am not sure what it stands for. I'm glad he joined us. It was Divine timing that I was out dumping garbage at the very moment he was in front of our house.
The Game Watchers
Our enthusiasm for the game was fanned into flames by the "cloud of witness".
Photo credits go to Kristel Cajun. Sulmi Valencia, Alma Cruz, and me.