Anora notices bright yellow flowers in the field next to her house. It’s a day for dandelion fun! What will Anora do with these friendly flowers?

Final 3 Dragon Breaths: 7:02
Narrator: Female

She began to gather up dandelions. Anora felt a fun pop, as she gently tugged their stems. She picked one, two, three, four, and five. That should be just the right number of dandelions to make a bracelet. Anora sat down and gently pulled the stem of a dandelion apart so there were two. She took another stem and pulled gently again. Then Anora tied the stems of the two flowers together. She kept going until all five of the fuzzy flowers were tied together. Anora put the bracelet on her wrist and smiled. She took a deep dragon breath, in and out (deep breath). The dandelions looked beautiful around her wrist.

Today’s Meditation: Imagine floating in a tranquil pool, safe and relaxed, as the water rocks you gently.

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