prairie daze

claiming our daze and our days on the prairie

livin’ it

rich indeed.

we had signs to carry

investigating to do

songs to learn (thank you jen and abby!)

dreams to tell

messages to share

what a blur of memories we all hold


10 comments on “livin’ it

  1. Jade
    January 22, 2008

    Those have to be some of the sweetest photos I’ve ever seen. I LOVE them. The emotions they evoke are priceless. What a wonderful experience for all of you. You should be proud Mom!

  2. Marjorie
    January 22, 2008

    Yes, awesome pictures!! It looks like a spread in a magazine. Great way to remember this special day.

  3. katiecl
    January 22, 2008

    thank you, kristin, for touching all the children you do, and what that means for them!

  4. amy
    January 22, 2008

    I, too, hope that no one gets eaten by a fox or a wolf. :)

  5. danelle
    January 22, 2008

    These pics made me miss the preschool and the kids.

  6. megan duerksen
    January 22, 2008

    i wish we’d have been there.
    i sat here…sick and watched oprah’s MLK special…and cried.
    i love this week at preschool.
    see you in the morning!

  7. Rachel
    January 23, 2008

    what a beautiful commemoration of such an important day.

  8. Bex
    January 23, 2008

    Oh. This made me cry. Really. Xxx

  9. AnnaMarie
    January 24, 2008

    Can Sophie come to your daycare?

  10. lorel(megduerksen's sister)
    January 28, 2008

    I am an elementary art teacher and many of my projects have to do with imagination and self-discovery (“what would you look like if you were 100 years old?” “What if you could fly? Where would you go?”)
    but looking at your blog has made me decide to do a lesson on MLK and his teachings. I especially want to emphasize his ideas about love and peace and the work it takes to get there. I feel like “I have a Dream” has become a soundbyte for him, and he was so much more than that.
    Also I do a lesson on William Wegman, the Weimereiner photographer, and your preschoolers might get a kick out of some kind of adaptation of this lesson.

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