Tuesday, December 11, 2012

Stars for our Fairies

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This morning several families ventured into Fairy Lane
to decorate it with the stars that we made yesterday.
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It was raining a bit when we started but it didn’t slow us down.

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Most of these families haven’t explored Fairy Lane before so it was
exciting for them to find the fairy doors for the first time.

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As they discovered the doors they decided where to hang their stars. 

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The stars are not very big, as you can see by the first picture.
But we're sure the fairies will see them.
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Once the trees were decorated we stopped for a snack and story.
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The Three Wishes was a perfect story to hear in this forest setting.
It is about a poor woodcutter who wishes that he could have better
clothing, home and food but none of his wishes come true till the day
he finds a very big oak tree.  
When he is about to cut it done a Tree Fairy appears and pleads for him
not to cut down her home. 
He agrees and is granted three wishes. 
But he accidentally misuses them.

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 The children were excited to show me the web of stars they found.
The raindrops on the leaf skeleton do look like little stars.

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I hope you have a chance to visit our Fairy Lane and feel free
to bring more cherished items to share with the fairies.

1 comment:

  1. What a fabulous way to spend a December morning. Lucky fairies. Lucky kids. Lucky families.