An old Plains Indian legend says that dreamcatchers were hung in lodges and teepees to assure peaceful dreams. The good dreams knowing the way, slip through the webbing and slide down the soft feather to the sleeper. The bad dreams become entangled in the web and melt away at the first light of day. Small dreamcatchers were hung on the cradleboards so that infants would only have good dreams. Hang one in your home or lodge and have only…Happy Dreams!