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3.15.2013

5100 PRAYER FLAG


While in Florida recently, I used my minimal 'sitting' time to work on a Prayer Flag for our new house.


We still haven't closed...but hubby is there to tie up loose ends...and it's looking good.


In my heart, I know the house is ours.


I found a basket full of different colored blue cabochons and took them to the back yard and placed them on the ground where the sun catches them. Love the sparkle. I put the basket in the pantry to wait for me.


I also found an orchid at IKEA for $3 in their bargain room. It was not in the greatest shape...but I placed the pot under a tree in the back yard...near a fence where I hope to hang as many orchids as I can. I expect it'll be blooming by the time I get there in May.


I didn't get to hang the Prayer Flag on our light post in the front yard but hubby did it for me after I left.


He learned how to use the camera on his cell phone to take a picture of it after he hung it. Huge accomplishment for him! Thanks Darlin.


I haven't seen the picture yet...but can imagine it spreading peace and love and all things groovy throughout our neighborhood.


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25 comments:

  1. that is so sweet, you two sound to be so much in love, a perfect match, I love your prayer flags, do you know, I had never heard of them until i came here!

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    1. Thanks Laurie. I do love my young man! (I used to call him my old man...but one of his Colombian friends has chastised me often enough that I'm working on changing that). I only heard about prayer flags a few months ago and just love them because...well...just because.

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  2. Hi Annie! Your flag turned out beautifully! That was sweet of your hubby to hang it for you. Isn't wonderful to have someone to love, who loves you back? Have a delightful weekend. I'm praying that your house situation turns out well! Hugs, Terri

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    1. Thanks Terri! If I'd had time, I would've added more! And thanks for your prayers!

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  3. Love your flag Annie, glad hubby is in charge in FL while you are gone.....soon that white box will be filled with color. xox

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    1. Thank you Corrine! I'm glad he's in charge too. I've kind of 'let' (made) him be in charge the whole time. He made a comment that it was easier to buy our other houses...and I told him that was because I'd done all the work!!! Of course...at the time, he was working. I can't wait to fill it with color!

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  4. Your first photograph is beautiful. Lovely idea to make a prayer flag for your new house - another project to add to my textiles for the house list.

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    1. OMGoodness Sheila. I have SO many gorgeous pictures of the sunset. It's a bit of a crazy habit. I love prayer flags. Just one more reason to play with fabric and thread and what a good reason!

      Thank you!

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  5. I love the idea of prayer flags and yours looks wonderful. Your new neighbours are going to be so lucky to have you living there. ybf ann.

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    1. Thanks so much Ann. I feel like the lucky one!

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  6. Well, how could the house deal not go in your favor now! Your beautiful prayer flag will work it's magic.

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  7. I came across your blog via Leah Day's and I'm so glad I did. Your work is so inspiring and beautiful! You're an incredible artist!

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    1. Well Thank YOU Alyx. You've made my day. Thanks for stopping by.

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  8. Fantastic. Fingers still crossed.

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  9. Your payer flag came out beautiful!
    Good luck on your Florida home , my
    hubby and I would like to move there too when we
    become empty nesters :)
    Thanks for stopping by for a visit.
    ~Shari

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    1. Thank you Shari! We'll have to get together when you move to FL! :)

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  10. What a wonderful prayer flag annie. It will be waving a welcome to you when you return to your new home :0) Mo x

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    1. Yipeeee...I love that thought Mo! Thank you. xxxooox

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  11. Sending another prayer for you from North Texas! XO

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