"What you have to do
You do with play."
Carl Jung.

Organizing the Artist Party.

Planting Impossible Gardens courtesy of Edwina Peterson Cross


Kids arrive 3:30 - do birthday presents
Fill in blanks for movies


SET #1
*. Plant impossible gardens - 30 min. (4:30)
*. Make friends with freedom and uncertainty - 30 min. (5:00)
*. Draw on the walls - 20 min (we can come back to this) (5:20)
*. Giggle with children -10 min. (5:30)
*. Make a fort with blankets - 30 min. In combination with next.
*. Listen to old people - (6:00)
(We need to leave no later than 6:00 - anything undone will have to be done later)

Transit - 15 min. (6:15)
*. Learn to watch snails (Japanese garden) - 15 min. (6:30)
*. Hug Trees (Imanant grove) - 15 min. (6:45)
* Entertain your Inner Child - Picnic in the Park - 30 min. (7:30)
(Leave for Bricks at 7:30) BRICKS AT SHAKESPEARE

SET #3
Transit - 10 min. (7:40)
*. Cultivate moods - 20 min. (8:00)
(Adam should arrive between 7:45 and 8:00. Keep doing charades until he comes. He accuses Lezlie of dropping the cherries on the table. He stabs her. Ech tu Adam. We invite him to tea. We all go to Munchies)

MUNCHIES (before 9) - SET #4
Transit 15 min. (8:15)
*. Invite someone dangerous to tea - 30 min. (8:45)
*. Give away money (walk downtown) - 30 min.(9:15)


SET #5 Transit - 10 min (9:40)
*. Get Wet - 20 min. (10:00)

VIDEOS (before 11) - SET #6
Transit 15 min. (10:45)
Pick up Videos
*. Laugh a lot - 30 min. (11:00
) *. Cry during movies

Middle School - SET #7
Transit - 10 min (11:10)
*. Stay Loose - Dance to “Respect”, “Twist and Shout”, “Jump in the line”
*. Yes signs -10 min.
*. Write love letters - 20
*. Read everyday - 10
*. Refust to be responsible - 20 min. (12:00)

HOME - SET #8 Transit 10 min. (12:10)
*. Imagine yourself magic
*. Open up
*. Bless yourself
*. Drive away fear
*. You are innocent
(Send up the love letters) - 30 min. (12:45)

Transit 10 min. (1:00)
*Be free - 10 min. (1:10)

*. Celebrate every gorgeous moment - 20 min. (ADDING ON - 1:20)

ELEMENTARY SCHOOL - SET #10 Transit 10 min. (1:30)
*. Swing as high as you can on a swingset by moonlight
*. Take moonbaths
* Transformative Dreams etc.
* Dive in - 30 min. (2:00)

Theater at High School- SET #11
Transit 10 min. (2:10)
* Do it for love - 20 min. (2:30)

Transit home - 10 min. - Home at 2:40


1. Post it notes for YES!
2. Dream Diary
3. Heart Necklace
4. Fairy Dust
5. Scents pillows & sleep pillows
6. Markers
7. Candle
8. Bear Fetish
9. Shell
10. Poster
11. Champagne glass

Imagine Words

Conceive Envisage Envision Picture Pretend Visualize Create Invent Make Produce Initiate Originate Begin Understand Make Believe Design Develop Devise Formulate

Wild Words

Native Natural Undomesticated Savage Uncivilized Untamed Rash Reckless Unruly Frenzied Mad Brash Daring Impulsive Primitive Wilderness Chaotic Impetuous Rowdy Willful Earthy Intuitive Strange Bizarre Eccentric Weird Exotic Fascinating Romantic Wondrous

Calm Words

Serene Halcyon Peaceful Placid Tranquil Warm Pleasant Still Smooth Hushed Restful Mild Pacific Quiet Soft Untroubled Soothe Comfort Solace Contentment

Transformative Words

Alter Change Convert Transmute Recast Revolutionize

Dream Words

Fantasy Illusion Mirage Vision Aspiration Desire Goal Hope Wish Imagination Apparition Phantasm Hope Create Muse Reflect Rhapsodize Fancy Imagine Visualize Foresight Prescience Intuition Insight Idea Promise Freedom Abandon Agency Autonomy Choice Civil liberty Convenience Ease Effortlessness Elbow room Empowerment Entitlement Exempt Free will Idle hours Immune Independence Individualist Latitude Leeway Leisure Liberty License Option Power Prerogative Privilege Release Right Self-direction Self-sufficiency Unbound Unconditional Unconfined Wildness Uncertainty Amazement Ambiguity Anxiety Apprehension Bewilderment Capricious Chameleon Confusion Cynicism Dilemma Dimness Disbelief Distrust Dizzy Doubt Dread Eccentric Erratic Ever-changing Faintness Fear Fickleness Flightily Fluctuation Foreboding Frivolity Frothiness Giddiness Hesitation Hunch Idea Impression Inconstancy Incredulity Indecision Indefiniteness Intermittence Irregularity Irresolution Irresponsibility Misgivings Mistrust Obscurity Oscillation Perplexity Qualms Quandary Questioning Reluctance Reservation Shifting Skepticism Skittish Sporadic Suspect Suspense Unaccountability Uncertainty Unclearness Unevenness Unpredictability Unreliable Unsteadiness Vacillation Vagueness Variability Waver Whimsical Wonder


Angry Furious Irate Mad Wrathful Annoyed Exasperated Indignant Irritated Embittered Really pissed-off Calm Tranquil Peaceful Placid Quiet Still Serene Nervous High-strung Jittery Agitated Anxious Overwrought Tense Happy Cheerful Delighted Glad Pleased Sad Depressed Dejected Melancholy Sorrowful Unhappy Dismal Lonely Fearful Concerned Worried Apprehensive Dreading Frightened Horror struck Phobic Terrorized Excited Thrilled Delighted Exhilarated Inspired Thrilled Indecisive Ambivalent Hesitant Irresolute Uncertain Weak Doubtful Vacillating Vulnerable Tired Exhausted Fatigued Overburdened Strained Taxed Bored Weary

Angry - Furious
Angry - Irate
Angry - Mad
Angry - Wrathful
Angry - Annoyed
Angry - Exasperated
Angry - Indignant
Angry - Irritated
Angry - Embittered
Angry - Really Pissed Off

Calm - Tranquil
Calm - Peaceful
Calm - Placid
Calm - Quiet
Calm - Still
Calm - Serene

Nervous -High Strung
Nervous - Jittery
Nervous - Agitated
Nervous - Anxious
Nervous - Over Wrought
Nervous - Tense

Happy - Cheerful
Happy - Delighted
Happy - Glad
Happy - Pleased

Sad -Depressed
Sad -Dejected
Sad -Melancholy
Sad - Sorrowful
Sad - Unhappy
Sad - Dismal
Sad - Lonely

Fearful - Concerned
Fearful - Worried
Fearful - Dreading
Fearful - Frightened
Fearful - Horror Struck
Fearful - Phobic
Fearful - Terrorized

Excited - Thrilled
Excited - Delighted
Excited - Inspired

Indecisive - Ambivalent
Indecisive - Hesitant
Indecisive - Irresolute
Indecisive - Uncertain
Indecisive - Weak
Indecisive - Doubtful
Indecisive - Vacillating
Indecisive - Vulnerable

Tired - Exhausted
Tired - Fatigued
Tired - Overburdened
Tired - Strained
Tired - Bored
Tired - Weary

List the four movies that MAKE YOU LAUGH the most.
1. 2. 3. 4.

List the four movies that MAKE YOU CRY the most 1. 2. 3. 4.

List a favorite book Its Author and your name 1. 2. 3.

Chief Seattle’s Message

How can you buy the sky? Chief Seattle began. How can you own the rain and the wind?

My mother told me, Every part of this earth is sacred to our people. Every pine needle. Every sandy shore. Every mist in the dark woods. Every meadow and humming insect. All are holy in the memory of our people.

My father said to me, I know the sap that courses through the trees as I know the blood that flows in my veins. We are part of the earth and it is part of us. The perfumed flowers are our sisters. The bear, the deer, the great eagle, these are our brothers. The rocky crests, the meadows, the ponies -- all belong to the same family.

The voice of my ancestors said to me, The shining water that moves in the streams and rivers is not simply water, but the blood of your grandfather's grandfather. Each ghostly reflection in the clear waters of the lakes tells of memories in the life of our people. The water's murmur is the voice of your great-great-grandmother. The rivers are our brothers. They quench our thirst. They carry our canoes and feed our children. You must give to the rivers the kindness you would give to any brother.

The voice of my grandfather said to me, The air is precious. It shares its spirit with all the life it supports. The wind that gave me my first breath also received my last sigh. You must keep the land and air apart and sacred, as a place where one can go to taste the wind that is sweetened by the meadow flowers. W'hen the last Red Man and Woman have vanished with their wilderness, and their memory is only the shadow of a cloud moving across the prairie, will the shores and forest still be here? Will there be any of the spirit of my people left? My ancestors said to me, This we know: The earth does not belong to us. We belong to the earth.

The voice of my grandmother said to me, Teach your children what you have been taught. The earth is our mother. What befalls the earth befalls all the sons and daughters of the earth.

Hear my voice and the voice of my ancestors, Chief Seattle said. The destiny of your people is a mystery to us. What will happen when the buffalo are all slaughtered? The wild horses tamed? What will happen when the secret corners of the forest are heavy with the scent of many men? When the view of the ripe hills is blotted by talking wires? Where will the thicket be? Gone. Where will the eagle be? Gone! And what will happen when we say good-bye to the swift pony and the hunt? It will be the end of living, and the beginning of survival.

This we know: All things are connected like the blood that unites us. We did not weave the web of life, we are merely a strand in it. Whatever we do to the web, we do to ourselves. We love this earth as a newborn loves its mother's heartbeat. If we sell you our land, care for it as we have cared for it. Hold in your mind the memory of the land as it is when you receive it. Preserve the land and the air and the rivers for your children's children and love it as we have loved it.

Slice of Heaven Chocolate Pizza
(For 12 inch pizza pan)

1 pkg. (12 oz) BAKERS Semi-sweet Real Chocolate Chip
s 1 lb. White almond bark divided 2 cups miniature marshmallows
1 cup crisp rice cereal
1 cup peanuts
1 jar (6 oz) red maraschino cherries, drained, cut in half
3 tablespoons green maraschino cherries, drained, quartered
1/3 cup coconut
1 teaspoon oil

* Microwave chips and 14 oz. Almond bark in 2 qt. microwave safe bowl on HIGH 2 minutes; stir. Continue micro waving 1 to 2 minutes or until smooth when stirred, stirring every 30 seconds.

*Stir in marshmallows, cereal and peanuts. Pour onto greased 12 inch pizza pan. Top with cherries, sprinkle with coconut.

* Microwave remaining 2 oz. Almond bark and oil in 1 cup measure 1 minute. Stir Continue micro waving 30 seconds to 1 minute or until smooth when stirred, stirring every 15 seconds; drizzle over coconut. Refrigerate until firm. Store at room temperature. Cut into wedges. (This page is all done up with photographs and looks nice. They, of course, didn't come through.)

Kiss the day goodbye
The sweetness and the sorrow
We did what we had to do
And I can't regret what I did for love, what I did for love

Look my eyes are dry
And towards always tomorrow
It's as if we always knew
But I won't forget what I did for love, what I did for love

Gone, love is never gone
And we cary on, love's what we'll remember

Kiss the day goodbye And point me toward tomorrow

And wish me luck, the same to you
Won't regret, can't forget what I did for love

What I did for love

What I did for love

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