Sunday, September 14, 2008

Sacred Life Sunday












I have had these Tibetan flags for awhile and I finally hung them in my yard. Its windy here so they tend to get caught up in the trees so I have to rescue them once in awhile but I like them out there.










I like the idea that they are sending prayers out there to the world. I can walk out in my yard and it gives me such pleasure to see them there.











We needed to straighten this apple tree so I put up another set so we wouldn't run into the rope holding the tree in place. This is a smaller set. I hung this at my campsite when I was camping in New Mexico.












Soon these babies will be ready to eat. We don't get many because the tree is a dwarf but I am sure there will be enough for some yummy apple pie.

I hope you get some time to spend outdoors enjoying the splendor of fall.

4 comments:

Lorraine said...

HI KATE! Love the flags and had lots of fun going through recent posts looking at your organized studio. I think I have studio envy. I keep saying I'm going to get really organized (working takes up way too much time) and throw things out or recycle...and then I get distracted...you know how it goes...Lorraine

tinker said...

I love the idea of hanging the flags, not only at home, but also at your campsite, Kate.
Your apples look great - ours are were early this year, and are almost done now. Enjoy!

paris parfait said...

Those flags are beautiful. I love the meaning and hopefulness of them. And your apples - wow! They remind me of an apple orchard my friends had. I can imagine the pies will be delicious! Enjoy.

violette said...

oh i love your flags kate! Beautiful! They will look awesome when they disintegrate too! I love my flags as well. The sentiment of the prayers going out to the neighbourhood is lovely don't you think?

love violette