|Miniature cranes I made while living in Korea.|
Sandy was inspired by the book Sadako and the Thousand Paper Cranes by Elanor Coerr. Sandy decided to make 1000 paper cranes, put a positive word on each one, and then "release" it. She leaves them on table tops, book shelves in book stores, anywhere she can think of. And if someone finds one, she hopes they'll be inspired to leave it in yet another location for someone else to find -- a way of passing on the positive thought.
So how can YOU participate?
First, visit her site by clicking here.
She'll give you instructions on how to make your crane -- then you take a photo, send it in to her with your story on why you picked your particular word, a general idea of where you left it (unless, of course, you want to keep that a total secret!), and a link to your blog.
And here's a great video on how to make the paper crane (although the music threw me off -- I was expecting soft Japanese tunes!).
I hope you'll join! Stay tuned for my crane!