Part 1, just some pictures I thought some might enjoy from the shooting of the film. I will post some more as time allows. Enjoy! This was a beautiful day, when I originally posted about it, I couldn’t share about … Continue reading
included some of the smaller homes I will include the smaller homes that I had previously not been posting, though currently out of town and on crutches for quite some time. Everyone who is adding to the woods I have loved since I was 17 is important. Everyone adding their own bits of magic are important. Each of the new homes put up has a story and someone keeping it up. Any effort to bring some magic, some hope, some love to this community deserves recognition. I’ve seen media coverage more recently that shows the Little Owl Door only–which is a stone’s throw from another door more recently put up by someone else. This person, and many others, had gone through a bit of trouble to help bring back the magic.
While I love the coverage of The Little Owl door and The Gnomist, I also love the efforts of so many people working on their own projects out there! After all, when Robyn left, she left messages to this effect! “Who will you inspire?” “What will you create?” Well, that’s exactly what people are trying to do! So I am posting as much as possible, because had Robyn not wanted that to be part of her story and the story of the Firefly Forest, I doubt she’d have left those messages inspiring others to create more magic here!
Whoever has had to retrieve one home and reattach it multiple times (as has happened multiple times to the door with the red roof, below), they are dedicated also. All are welcome here, bring your magic. Bring your hope, healing stories, bring your love. Bring more beautiful homes and doors. This is for everyone.
I’m pretty sure this is a reference to those mentioned in the last post here. A very Firefly Forest response to the troublemakers.
It was another special day in the Firefly Forest today, and I urge any and everyone who loves the Firefly Forest to go take a look! This is the “Festival” area, located between 64 Hollow Tree Lane and the Little Owl Tree (in other words, the purple door tree between Antioch and Switzer, closer to the Switzer side). To reach this part of the forest, the best parking is either at the lot at Deanna Rose Children’s Farmstead or the lot at 137th and Antioch Road. This particular site is closer to the Deanna Rose/Switzer side.
Take a look here! There are some new baked goods, a new sign and some new decor at this spot now, and all just as enchanting as the rest!
I have a feeling that this is going to be a very special Summer in the Firefly Forest, and it’s a great time of year to hit the trail!