Heron Dance comes today with this little tidbit for life by S. Peter Lewis, author of The Treehouse Chronicles.
"When I was a kid, my mom told me I could do anything. I believed her. She said dreaming was important and dreaming big was what set people apart. But Mom said there was a catch: “Dreams need feet, Peter. They’re not worth much stuck between your ears.” Put feet on your dreams."
I like the idea of putting feet on our dreams, and so I check Peter and his book out on Amazon. Five stars.
The book is a journal of his building "a 250 square foot, two-story, timberframe with spiral staircases, branch furniture, and a drawbridge." Wow!! I ordered it, and will let you know how it goes when it comes.
Meanwhile it is a wonderful day to image ourselves up in the trees, with the birds, squirrels, and our ancestors before they climbed down to bound across the savannas and open up caves.