Thursday, March 21, 2019

To Dream the Impossible Dream


I have amazing dreams
of flying with the geese,
to find a warmer clime
and winter there in peace.

The journey can be scary,
but oh so worth the try -
when you fly with the geese
you get to touch the sky.



Featured: I made a dream catcher
to hold on to my dreams.

67 comments:

  1. I love dream catchers and yours is gorgeous. It looks great hanging outside - I could imagine lots hanging from a tree. I have a cherry tree in my garden that has lots of wind chimes, maybe it needs a dream catcher too! xx

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  2. This is so beautiful and fascinating dear Amalia!

    your magnificent soul shines through your art and poetry so gloriously!

    Dreams ah ...
    what we can we do without them
    they are source of enlightenment and spiritual journeys

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  3. May your dreams come true. Love the dream catcher.

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  4. The stuff of dreams is a glorious place. A pretty wind catcher, Amalia.

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  5. What a pretty dream catcher. I wouldn't find finding a warmer clime to winter in.

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  6. It is the prettiest dream catcher I have ever seen. Flying with the geese must be pretty exhilarating. 😊

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  7. I smiled after I read you title and then saw your ribbon and crochet dream catcher. Amalia, may you always winter in peace, despite the journey's dangers.

    The other morning I stepped out on the kitchen porch to let my dachshunds out and caught the sight of five geese circling right over my head as they flew down to land on the pond. There was something about the sight of their white underbelly that seemed so vulnerable. It was a nice start to my day.

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  8. It has to be one of the prettiest I have seen:)

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  9. It is so pretty and your creativity never ceases to amaze me.

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  10. Love your dream catcher! That is so pretty and you did an amazing job! Love and hugs!

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  11. How pretty!! The ribbons are a lovely touch. And of course your words are magic, as always.

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  12. Always is lovely have dreams dear Amalia. May yours dream come true!! beautiful!

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  13. Flying with the geese, now that is indeed a happy dream.

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  14. What a great idea love it. Happy Friday Diane

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  15. Such a beautiful poem shared with a delightful creation... how lovely it would be to fly and touch the sky! Spring is coming here, thankfully! Hoping it delights your world too :) Blessings to you!

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  16. Your dream catcher looks great, and I enjoyed your poem.
    Thank-you.

    All the best Jan

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  17. What a sweet poem, Amalia! May all your dreams come true!

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  18. Que lindo! Me inspirou a também fazer um:)

    bjinhos

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  19. What a pretty dream catcher and cute poem Amalia. You are such a talented crafter xx

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  20. I have always loved dream catchers! So happy they are still around. Yours is beautiful and colorful....may it catch all your best dreams!

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  21. Que maravilha!
    Lindo filtro dos sonhos....

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  22. Your crocheted dream catcher will hold your dreams, my friend. Lovely in every way. ♥

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  23. The whole idea of catching dreams is so delightful isn't it and your dream catcher is lovely!
    Dream on sweet Amalia!
    Wren x

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  24. I watch the ducks fly over our home and think about where they are heading and what all they see, love to watch them fly in their "V" format :) Your dream catcher is beautiful, and big enough to hold many wonderful dreams :)

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  25. So beautiful! Both the poem and the dream catcher. Have a delightful weekend! Hugs!

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  26. Wonderful poem and a beautiful dreamcatcher!

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  27. Your dream catcher is so pretty, I love it. Sweet poem to go along, I hope you catch all your creative dreams! Happy weekend.........

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  28. I love your poem, Amalia, and the dream catcher is wonderful!

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  29. And such a pretty dreamcatcher too. I now have that song from the musical in my head.

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  30. I love the dream catcher and the sweet little poem! I would love to memorize it! I love reciting poetry. Enjoy your day! Hugs

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  31. Wonderful poem and I love the dream catcher!

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  32. A wonderful poem and a wonderful dream catcher.

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  33. Lovely Amalia, thanks for sharing on craft schooling Sunday!

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  34. Beautiful dream catcher. I assume you crocheted it to size then stitched in on. What did you use for the circle? We have a part time in Bellingham, WA. The geese and swans fly there every winter to feast on the farmer's fields. It isn't much warmer there than their more northern breeding grounds. Hopefully the gees you fly with make it farther south. - Margy

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  35. Never -never let go of your dreams, Amalia! They are part of your destiny of why you are here on earth! With some it only becomes more visible later in life, when there comes an unexpected opportunity to get there, so if you need a dream catcher to remind that, so be it:) I see dreams as a way the God who made you is telling you what destiny/purpose you have in life (see Jung's writings). Love you shared with All Seasons you your dream catcher looks!

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  36. Lovely.. hang on to those dreams my friend.

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  37. Catch those dreams and hold on to them! They will keep you going on bad days and make the good days even better!

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  38. Your sweet post reminds me of a mug that my favorite cousin recently gave me. It said, 'It all starts with a dream' on the outside. Inside, the mug said, 'Dream it, believe it, achieve it.' Your dream catcher is adorable and I hope that all your dreams come true.

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  39. Nothing is impossible in dreams <3

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  40. Dreaming is a lovely endeavor... And so lovely is your catcher of dreams. So many colorful ribbons and pretty lace too. May all your dreams come true Sweet friend.

    Tamara Xo

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  41. I like to touch the sky. :-) Your poem has me smiling inside.

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  42. There is a story about a boy flying on the back of a goose that we red in school. Love your dream catcher! Anna x

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  43. Who wouldn't want to fly with the geese? Fun post -- thanks.

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  44. I would never, in a million years, think to crochet the middle of a dream catcher! Wow. Thanks for sharing this lovely piece of handiwork and cute little poem.

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  45. Bom dia, seu sonho são incríveis, quem sabe se uma dia consegue viajar com os gansos? O apanhador de sonhos está bem trabalhado, é lindo.
    AG

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  46. How very beautiful your dream catcher (and poem) are. I love the bright, colorful ribbons! It all says "Spring is here!" finally!! It reminded me how at the store the other day I stood looking at the clothing section and thought how much prettier the colors are for spring and summer clothes than drab winter wools and such haha!

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  47. We had snow last night! I have dreams of flying with the geese, too, to somewhere that spring has sprung!! P.S. Love that you're holding onto your dreams <3

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  48. Hi Amalia! May all your dreams come true
    and the beautiful dream catcher will help you!

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  49. Thank you, Amalia, for your thoughtful words today. My son is healing and doing better.

    What a beautiful dream catcher, and your poem really got to me cause I LOVE THE GEESE! I see them often at the cemetery when I visit my mom and dad. Their honk is LOUD, letting their loved ones know someone is around. But they seem to be still at the cemetery and let me take their picture whenever I want. They really are lovely birds. : )

    ~Sheri

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  50. Your dream catcher is very pretty. Sweet Dreams ♥ Teri

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  51. It would be fun to be able to fly with the geese. Sweet dreams and happy new week!

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  52. Lovely! My mother used to do similar things and me too when I was a child but now I don't know how to do them. xx

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  53. Estupenda entrada! Espero verte pronto por mi blog! 🤗🤗🤗

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  54. Hello, the dream catcher is pretty. I enjoyed your poem, very nice! Happy Monday, enjoy your day! Wishing you a great new week ahead!

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  55. Very nice. I love that you choose the national colors of my country 🤗

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  56. Very pretty dream catcher and poem Amalia.

    Hugs Diane

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  57. You are so talented, you make us soar with you

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  58. You are very talented, Amalia !!
    Your dream catcher is so beautiful !!
    Greetings

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  59. is there a pattern for the dream catcher

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  60. When I saw your dream cacher on your instagram, I thought it's so great and cute!!
    I imagine you fly with a geese in the sky!!
    The geese looks so happy with you <3

    akiko

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