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December 19, 2012



perfect dear friend,
thanks for joining hands!


Leigh had a beautiful idea with her flags of hope. Yours are so gay and happy blowing in the wind.

Kim  Mailhot

Beautiful prayers and loving energy are flowing to the place of sorrow and grief. So sweet.
Love and prayers headed your way too, Lovely One !

Meri @ Meri's Musings

Thanks for sharing the Facebook page -- Deb had mentioned the project, but when I went to Leighanna's blog page, it was out of date by months and I didn't know where to look.


thanks for the link! we are making them here at the center and as a bonus (for me!) we will be taking them up to Taos on New Year's Day! what a great way to start the new year and maybe give hope to children whose whole reality has altered...thanks and happy holidays


Pure love and delight, Stephanie... And hugely inspiring. :o) this is so beautiful! I have a post /photo to publish on Monday, but I will be away form the pc sometimes next week to enjoy some festive time with family & friends. Happy Days my friend ! ((HUGS))


I love this photo Stephanie.
And the hope flag project.
And your haiku prayer♥


send prayers to the wind .... lovely line and wonderful haiku ~ love the Hometown prayer flags ~

(A Creative Harbor ~ aka artmusedog and Carol ^_^)

Magical Mystical Teacher

The wind can carry prayers that are too heavy for humans to handle.

Poet Laundry

a soulful embrace...much needed in this sorrowful time...Merry Christmas to you :)


The sadnesses are very close to me and I am always mindful of them these days. It's good to visit you, and to remember the good and the helpful and the innocent.


Yes may the wind carry our prayers to those who need them now! Warm wishes for a wonderful, peaceful holiday.

Laura Hegfield

beautiful, beautiful, beautiful.

Mark M. Redfearn

The best embrace is soul to soul...


My prayers are also singing to the wind, together we make such music, our love embracing, yes, just as you say in your precious haiku... XOXOXO

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