4.25.2011

dreamcatchers

dreamcatchers

left: photo from Landrich, right: photo from Love, Adorned

Anne e-mailed me these images as inspiration for an upcoming craft-night project.  So pretty.  My dreams are quite vivid and they often stick with me throughout the day.  I'd love to have a dream catcher to keep away the bad ones, even if it's just through the power of suggestion.  Did you see the adorable dreamcatcher above Anne's bed here?

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Hope you had a good holiday.  I went to a Passover potluck dinner with friends on Saturday night, and it was my first experience with traditional Jewish food.   My family back in Kansas got together for an Easter dinner last night and they conference-called me afterward.  Plus I got to hang out with Joe two whole nights in a row!  It's been awhile.  Not a bad weekend.

4 comments:

Kristien said...

I love the red dream catcher on the left. I also have really vivid dreams and have always meant to keep a dream journal by my bed but have never done it. I also talk in my sleep! Happy you enjoyed your first Passover seder! E.J. is Jewish, so we get the best of both worlds for the holidays. :-)

Jennifer said...

Oh, I hope you enjoyed your Passover seder! My dad's lady friend makes the most amazing matzoh ball soup and stuffed cabbage, and I could eat chopped liver or gefilte fish with horseradish any day of the year. Mmm... I'm making myself hungry again!

Tracey said...

That sounds like a lovely weekend ... I for one, could definitely get used to having an extra long weekend every week! ;)

jennifer said...

Love a good dream-catcher! And love the idea of making one:)