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Happy Friday - My small seeds blossomed!


I want to let you all know what a lovely day I had last Saturday.  I've been thinking for sometime now that I would like to extend the pleasure of our dreamboard experience, share with others in our corner of the universe!  I have been involved with quite a few artsy groups but never heard of a vision or dreamboarding group?


I'd already had a few chats with my yoga teacher about the Law of Attraction etc. and told her about Jamie Ridler and the on-line dreamboard group and asked if she would like to come along and get creative herself?  I'm very happy to report that's just what we did ....


I was apprehensive about this to start with, but needn't have been, Natalie came along with delicious home made lavender cookies and chocolate cup cakes so beautifully wrapped.  We had a great time getting into the flow and chatting about our dreams etc...... My dream is that this will be a regular slot in our calendar and that we can attract more dreamers!  And who knows where it will lead!!!

Comments

Ginny said…
It must have been wonderful to share the creative experience with your yoga teacher. I hope that your group grows and grows. I too am hoping to share the dreamboard experience with my friends. I think it would be so much fun. Isn't great to have a husband who creates furniture? Have a wonderful week.
Lissa said…
I took a peak at your dream board. Beautiful! Wish I was at your house, would have loved to try those lavender cookies:) Have a Happy week!
Nancy said…
Sounds like a really fun concept. It's good to hear you found a partner you can work with. Wish I could join - who could refuse a lavender cookie? Best wishes going forward.
Rochelle said…
Yay to you for reaching out and extending yourself - that's the hardest part for me. Sounds lovely (I'm usually ripping images out of magazines while my husband is sleeping on the couch "watching" TV!) ;->
Suzie Ridler said…
So glad that dreamboarding was such a positive experience for you! And, it's gorgeous.
becky n said…
Well, now you've got me curious. I'll have to look more closely at the dream boards - glad you have found a group to share with. Such a cute picture of the dog enjoyine the cupcake - or remains of one.
Carmen said…
you are a natural! your dreamboards are gorgeous

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