On the 11th day of Christmas my true love gave to me...
Eleven Pipers Piping
The eleven Faithful Apostles: 1) Simon Peter, 2) Andrew, 3) James, 4) John, 5) Philip, 6) Bartholomew, 7) Matthew, 8) Thomas, 9) James bar Alphaeus, 10) Simon the Zealot, 11) Judas bar James. (Luke 6:14-16). The list does not include the twelfth disciple, Judas Iscariot who betrayed Jesus to the religious leaders and the Romans.
Eleven pipers were piping- a wondrous sight.
'Cause the pipes they were blowing made bubbles so light.
Here are some bubbles and a pipe just for you.
So you can join in and have lots of fun, too
Home Made Bubbles
Get out a large cup.
Pour 1/2 cup dish soap into the cup.
Add 1 1/2 cups water to the cup.
Measure 2 teaspoons of sugar into the water/soap mixture.
Gently stir your mixture.
Go outside and blow bubbles!
Don't shake or stir your bubbles too much.
Store your bubbles in a tightly sealed container.
No matter what age we are I think everyone loves blowing bubbles.
Blowing bubbles is a longstanding national past time for children. Bubbles are often a part of life's enjoyment for adults as well, from bubble baths to rides at Disney World that are made all that more magical by the bubbly delights. Bubbles are an important part of feel-good pleasure in life
By blowing bubbles you can take back some of that childlike feeling. If you are having a stressful day, try it. Blowing bubbles is a great stress reliever too.
I'm forever blowing bubbles.
Pretty bubbles in the air!
Tomorrow is Twelfth Night and the last of the 12 days of Christmas