She started by simply painting the top blue. Since the walls are 14 feet tall, it was a bit of a challenge.
Then she progressed through various stages, and I watched them all develop.
You can see she's added clouds and land here...
And then trees and a barn.
She had great fun drawing a red birdhouse around the fire alarm you can see in the picture to the right, changing it from this:
blog post about it. Of course, that was all last year. This year, she's painting the remaining walls of that huge room, and it's spectacular. Just yesterday I dropped in and took this picture of the waterfall over in the back corner.
And then there's the picture of the Woodward Mill water wheel in the reading alcove.
One question: how do you fill up bean bag chairs that have gone flat?
BEEattitude for Day #506:
Blessed are those who make the world a more beautiful place, for their names shall be sung in thanks.