|In the photo: the boy Chris Gracius, whose death led to the fulfillment of more than 250,000 wishes|
Coloring pages that bring back memories of childhood: games and toys in the style of yesteryear.
In some Native American cultures, a dream catcher is a handmade object based on a prairie roller with a mesh or loose mesh. The dream trap is then decorated with sacred items such as feathers and beads. The people of Ojiba have an old legend about the origin of the dream catcher. Storytellers refer to the spider woman known as Asivikashi; He took good care of the children and the dry people. Eventually, the land of Ojibwe expanded to the corners of North America, making it difficult for Asibikashi to reach all children. Thus, mothers and grandmothers would study a magical network for children, touching them with prairie rings and sinuses or ropes made from plants. The dreamers would filter out all the bad dreams and allow only good thoughts to enter our minds.