A few weeks ago, my dear friend, Jennie, invited me to join her and her friends to make wreath for the Seattle Children’s Hospital. I’ve never made any wreath before, but I love the idea of doing things that involves children. So I said “yes”, even though it required me to get up earlier than I usually do on any Saturday.
The day before our scheduled date for making the wreath, my friends notified me about needing to get gloves and gardening tools. This made me start to worry about the logistics of making the wreath. I couldn’t help imagine the pictures of me on the field for cutting branches and plants for the wreath’ draw materials.
Luckily, on the day of our scheduled appointment, we showed up and learned that all of the materials are already been cut and ready for use. I was surprised, in a very good way, that people had already put in effort for the project.
Now is the time to make a wreath. Luckily, they showed us how to make a wreath from scratch.
I was freaking out, because I wasn’t sure that I could do it. My friend, Jennie and I decided to work together.
It turned out, our wreath came up pretty good, even thought it took us a long time.
The wreath were to be sold for $40 each the following week, but I decided to buy the wreath we made. So I did.