Sunday, September 20, 2009

Two Blog Events

First blog event.....

The EHAG Wandering Witch Giveaway! You can visit the EHAG blog for details - fun, fun fun, and lots of wonderful goodies....I so wish I could participate in this one, but I'll be away all day. So please do drop by and check it out - you can have fun checking out some wonderful EHAG artist's blogs, and just may win some fabulous gifties too. ;)

Second blog event.....

Blogger Rhonda Roo's Peace Party!

This from her blog: "Peace Day marks personal and planetary progress toward peace. It is celebrated by millions of people in all parts of the world, through song, through dance, through large scale events. But anyone, anywhere can celebrate Peace Day! It can be as simple as lighting a candle at noon, sitting in silent meditation, or through personal acts of kindness."

I'm afraid the extent of my participation in this lovely day will be a little peaceful meditation as I knit a prayer shawl while spending the day with John at a Philadelphia hospital...

And I'll definitely be creating peace inspired works (like the one above) as the holidays approach. In the meantime, do drop by Rhonda's blog, and from there, you'll find links to other Peace Partiers...

Light a candle, meditate, pray, practice random acts of kindness and peace, and pass it on. I like to think it's exponential...if we spread it around, it just might change the world. ;)

Peace,
♥ Carolee

6 comments:

Rhonda Roo said...

Lovely! Wonderful beautiful you! I love love love your artwork, definitely infused with peace and love and joy!

I am sending good juju and peace, straight to you!

Happy Peace Day-and thank you for reaching out even today with love and blessings!
XOXOXOXO Rhonda Roo

sherry ♥ lee said...

Spreading peace one person at a time has such a ring of possibility, doesn't it?

Sending you peace and prayers as you work on your prayer shawl today at the hospital.

Susan said...

Hi Carolee,

You haven't given an update on John; is he doing okay? I know those long hospital days are really boring. Saying prayers for both of you!
Susan

Snap said...

Peace to you!

Deborah said...

Knitting a prayer shawl sounds perfect. Lifting you up in prayer for healing for your loved one in the hospital. **blows kisses**
Deborah

twistedangel said...

I am in love with that cat! You have done a splendid job on her. Her color and breed is exactly the same as my cat Beebee who had gone to kitty heaven more than 3 years ago.