It was wonderful to have the chance to celebrate May Day together in our small groups this week. While we didn’t dance through the sculpture park, we did sing our May Day song together and even got to top it all off with a little treat! Kyla shared with us that she was going to deliver baskets of flowers to her neighbors’ doors and many of you brought branches of snowy May to our meeting. Then we spent some time feeling our stones and thinking about hope. You had some beautiful ideas to share about hope. We’ve captured some of that here for you to enjoy. Take a peek!
With a hug, Wendy & DJ
MAY DAY FLOWERS
WHAT DOES HOPE MEAN?
“I wish.” KYLA
“You’re hoping that something can happen.” LUKE
“I really, really love my bed cause it is fluffy.” JACK
“You think that it happened.” EVA
“I really hope I get a flower.” ALEX
“I hope my new house has a pool.” SAM
“that I can do something” TESSA
“My mom said she might get a kiddie pool.” ALEX
“that I get to go on a train” LUCA “me too” MARCEL
“I hope that our vegetable garden grows.” ELISE
HOLDING OUR STONES IN OUR HANDS WE WONDERED…
HOW DOES IT FEEL?
“It’s bumpy here and it’s smooth on this side.” KYLA
“I just found it…Smooth.” JOHANN
“Mine are heavy, smooth, gray, and round.” SAM
“My stones feel rough and soft.” CHARLIE MENKE
“This stone feels rough and it’s light gray.” TESSA
“Mine is gray and blue. The sky is the limit.” LUCA
“Mine feels rough and one’s dark gray and one’s light gray.” ALEX
“Mine has a stripe and it’s oval shape.” NANCY
“I have those same stones in my yard.” SAM
“and there’s rings…” ALEX
“like a moving circle. getting bigger and bigger.” SAM
“bubbles getting bigger and bigger.” TESSA
Hope is the thing with feathers that perches in the soul. Emily Dickinson
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