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Welcome to Learning in Freedom, a blog all about the learning adventures (and mishaps) of the Allen family. My four children are unschooled, following their interests and passions every day and living the lives of their choosing. The purpose of this blog is to share our every day lives (and my not-so-humble opinons) with anyone interested in stopping by. We hope this will give a glimpse of how natural learning unfolds from day to day......

Sunday, August 17, 2008

Amy Steinberg concert! Oh yeah...

This actually happened one week ago today...

Jen, George and Trevor came up from Hendersonville for the day. Jen shows up with sewing machine in hand and starts a project in my dining room. If you knew her, this would not surprise you. Oh no.

Sierra and George are doing the very sisterly act of playing with makeup. They are so artful with it. I love watching them play with this medium.

Alice and her crew show up at some point. Then Amy.

The project is finished before we head out to the concert. Tadah! It's a Link themed quilt for Jalen (aka; Scott). He proclaims it "the most awesome blanket EVER" and has not left it behind ever since.

Did I mention he is Link's number one fan?

Amy takes a break from singing and Kelly takes a break from conference planning, for a brief moment. I mean BRIEF. Kelly was off to the conference site the next morning, after being up late with me.

George gets Amy to sign her CD. She was SOoooo tickled when Amy opened the concert with "Exactly", one of George's favorite songs.

Don't fall in boys!:)

Jess and Rob (who were kind enough to host this awesome party) have a wonderful waterfall and pond for tadpole searches. You know when a tadpole is sighted because Tyler let's out the most joyful shouts!

I was glad to see my sweet older boys together again. The kids miss their older brother terribly. We're happy for him to be following his own life path though. I can't imagine anything better.

Some wood nymphs swirl through the peripheral, dancing and flowing to the beat. Aren't they pretty?

The setting was perfect. Jess's house is tucked into the woods and we had an idyllic surrounding for music, laughter, dancing, eating and traipsing down trails.

I can just see Amy's fierce, goddesss, warrior spirit here. The sun was going down and everything was lit with that lovely warm light of evening.

Sometimes words are worth a thousand pictures.:)
You gotta love her guitar case.

Some of the goddesses present. It looks like I'm trying to molest someone! Sheesh.
There was some good energy that night....topped off with a walk up to the cow pasture in dim moonlight. It was magic.

Is that an orb I see, right above Kass and Amy?

I love these crazy people! Crazy in the best kind of way.:) The house concert was a fabulous day/night of feasting, dreaming and connecting. Once again.
Thank you Jess and Rob for hosting this amazing gathering and thank you Amy..for being the glorious soul that you are!


Blogger Zenmomma said...

What a glorious event. Wish I could have been there. :o) Say hi to Amy for me. And Kelly...and Alice...and...

2:32 PM  
Blogger Zenmomma said...

Tag, you're it! Show us your quirks. :o)


3:42 PM  
Blogger Snavleys said...

Oh, I get so sad! But happy for all you wonderful people at the same time. Love you!!

6:31 PM  

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