S: Camp Jelly 2012
BC: It's the little things that make life beautiful.
FC: Camp Jelly 2012 Isabelle, Clara, Reigan, Lanie and Bella
1: We kicked off Camp Jelly with a tissue paper Jelly Fish Craft
2: Strawberry and yogurt Popsicles for our sweeties
3: "Little girls have a magic all their own."
4: Friends are Flowers that Never Fade
5: Pookie and Coco (cute little doggies) let us come and play in their pool. Thanks to Ms. Christine and Mr. Chuck for letting us stay in their fabulous guest cottage. It made the perfect "Camp"
6: "Peace comes from within" Buddha
7: After some Zen Yoga with Mr. Chris, Madame Clara came to read our palms. "You have long life darling".
8: "Little Girls are Heavens Flowers"
9: Every evening we would jump into Ms. Jenn's bed for peace circle. We would share our favorite memories from the day then play a fun game of interesting facts and questions. Ms. Jenn loved her snuggle time with the girls and then it was "lights out"
11: Thanks to Ms. Heather for a wonderful day at the PGA Pool. We even found a chandelier that looked like a Jelly Fish. What fun!!!
13: We stomped out to the paddock and helped Ms. Megan feed Melody and Grace. Did you know that horses need a constant supply of hay so that they don't get sick with tummy aches???
14: Cucumber, honey, banana, yogurt and avocado made fun squishy masks. It tickled when we brushed them on and COLD packs for our eyes made us giggle...
15: We dimmed the lights and Ms. Jenn washed our faces with warm wash clothes then spritzed with a cooling spray... AHHH so relaxing (if we weren't giggling so much) | Spa Night
16: With our hair done in Japanese inspired buns we ventured down to the Morikami Japanese Gardens | We had to find bamboo, a green turtle, koi fish, a red flower, count how many bridges we crossed and some other fun things on our scavenger hunt
18: Thank you to Grandma Donna for coming along with us and getting each of us flutes. We also fed the Koi fish and got to see what a modern day Japanese apartment would look like. The toilet was VERY interesting....
21: Say Cheese!
23: Suminagashi Inspired by our trip to Morikami here we used what is thought to be the oldest form of marbling.Originating from China but practiced by Japanese Shinto Priests dating back over 2,000 years. Suminagashi (sue-me-NAH-gah-she) which means "ink floating on water" does just that. It was so much fun dropping small things of the ink into the water and swirling the floating colors to make beautiful marbled paper. Each one came out so unique.
24: Cookie Dough Ice Cream | In a Cake Cone YUM | Do you think we liked it? | Well of course we did... Duhhh!!
26: Started our morning at Jim's Place for a delicious breakfast. Thank you Ms. Ginger | Crayon Craft Fun!! | Pass me the GLUE...... | Sweet Tea Smile | Ooooooh....
27: Look how clever these girls are. | Wow Grandma Donna | Crayon Craft turned Tres Chic | drip, splatter, FUN
29: Watch out Grandpa Richard smelled the food........
30: Pitting cherries with a straw! Grandma Donna is so clever.. Reigan is our taste tester.
31: Grandma Donna gave us the perfect sweet ending to our day. CHOCOLATE FONDUE. Everyone kept coming back for more......
33: Random Silliness
35: Ms. Christine's Niece and Nephew came to visit. We enjoyed swimming, eating pizza, making fire flies, watching a movie and having Hunter and Hogan stay over for one night.
36: Aprons on ladies, it's time to fold the napkins and prepare the food to go with afternoon tea!!!!!!
38: On August 10th the Sullivan Family hosted tea at their home. Ms. Reigan Ms. Clara, Ms. Bella, Ms. Isabelle and Mrs. Jennifer attended. Mrs. Heather poured.. The tea sandwiches of cream cheese and fresh strawberries along with fresh chicken salad and cucumber herbed cream cheese accompanied the chocolate covered strawberries, fresh lemon curd tartlets, chocolate and vanilla cupcakes adorned with gold and glitter just to mentioned a few. The tea chest was unlocked and flowering tea blossomed, black tea steeped and vanilla chamomile soothed....... Thank you again to our wonderful hostess's Ms. Heather and Ms. Clara.