Wednesday, August 16, 2017

WOYWW- 428- Time for all caged birds to sing.

Yes there are new Quietfire Design stamps- clear!!
Coming soon from Elizabeth Craft Designs.
Please hop over to Quietfire Digital for the deets on this lovely Birdcage.
You can do it! and it flies digitally to your desktop!
Memorial booklet from a celebration of life for my friend Paulus Berensohn.
Y'all know him from the book, Finding one's way with clay, dancing with Merce Cunningham, and hanging out with M.C. Richards and the Black Mountain School.

In other news,
I have no words for the events in the country last week.
At 3pm we created a FB event for a Peace Circle in my small Town Square.
7pm this is what peace looks like.
All generations-birth to 90's, many skin colors, many genders, economic and educational levels and a dog!
Proud and grateful for this community!

Each week as I travel the world through our desks I'm grateful for what connects us.
Thanks for visiting and being Peace.

Comments and Questions Welcomed

17 comments:

  1. Thank you for showing what peace looks like... a powerful image!
    Happy WOYWW :)
    Claire, no. 3

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  2. How wonderful to be able to organise a meeting like that! All we have recently on our local Facebook are rants about the awful damage and mess being made by travellers to our local parks and grassland. I prefer to read about your town! Thank you for sharing.
    Christine #20

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  3. This week I start visiting last weeks WOYWW
    before I make my own post for this week.

    Looks like a wonderful gathering with happy people.
    Nice cards too!

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  4. Thank you for showing us all a more peaceful view of the US. Much needed this week. Happy WOYWW Sarah #25

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  5. Morning Robyn. A time indeed for gathering together to stand against violence and hatred.
    Take care. God bless.
    Margaret #2

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  6. Wow the power of facebook, thank you for sharing your peace rally. Anickoana#14

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  7. Hi Robyn, what a lovely idea the peace circle is. Such a shame that things like this we do as small communities, can't spread to the bigger world. Have a lovely week, Hugs, Shaz #4 XxX

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  8. Thank goodness for the peace circle, it's restorative and calming. Shocking events and awful responses from government. Your desk looks fab, that birdcage is sensational isn't it!

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  9. Love the idea of a peace circle... we all need one of them... I hope your week ahead is happy and creative... May#17

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  10. Love the idea of a Peace circle - we need one to go around the world! The events of this weekend were truly horrifying, not to mention what 45 thought of them. Have a peaceful week, and thanks for sharing, Lindart #35

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  11. Hi Robyn
    Peace is what it's all about. I love the peace circle. Every town should encourage them. Your desk looks awesome - beautiful rainbow colours on the cards. Have a lovely, and peaceful, week. Heather #30

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  12. It is so hard to keep positive when all around us there is such sadness and anger. Your peace circle gives us all hope. Thanks for sharing your lovely photos. x Jo #18

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  13. loving the peace circle - thanks for sharing. You have a great desk, too! Helen #1

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  14. Ohh love all your craft goodies. Have a great week xx Jan (42)

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  15. The Peace circle is something else - what a joy it must be to live in a community like that.
    Nice display of crafty goodies.
    Hugs, Neet 13 xx

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  16. If only everyone would make a circle like that the world would be a happier place. Have a peaceful week and a very happy belated WOYWW, Angela x21x

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  17. Awesome community. Love your cards.
    Have a great day!
    Diane #26

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