Monday, October 26, 2015
Last week, on yet another beautiful autumn day, I loaded the car up with snacks, colouring pencils and paper, audio books, and two kids, Reece, and his little homeschooling friend, and we traveled to Little City Farm for another gathering of like minded families. This time the workshop involved making dream catchers. Little hands worked carefully to shape dogwood branches into a circle, and then string was used to create intricate designs. Later beads and feathers were added. Our instructor shared with everyone the best place to hang them, and explained that bad dreams will get caught in the dream catcher, and good dreams will be allowed to float right on through.
It was, as always, a very enjoyable afternoon, filled with fun, crafting, and a little play to finish the afternoon. I can't tell you how much I enjoy our trips to Little City Farm, they fill me up in ways I can't explain, and make me feel connected to a wonderful community of people.