Thursday, September 11, 2008
Today I went to Market Square to read the messages of hope, peace and renewal that have been gathered from around the world. It was a beautiful September day reminiscent of that painful day 7 years ago.
Friends and strangers helped to read over 150 messages. There was the reluctant policeman, the tourists, the businessmen, the mother/daughter pair, old friends, the sad and confused man, friends of friends, and the wonderfully positive young man from Somersworth. Here are two photos from the event.
Now all the messages have been read. But PLEASE continue to send messages! This will keep the project alive as well as nurture hope and peace in our fragile world.
The weaving is in progress. Please join me to help weave prayer flags in my studio, no experience necessary! Email me to set up a date. Thank you to all who continue to support this project!
With heartfelt gratitude, Sarah
Monday, September 8, 2008
Saturday I had two sweet girls and a mom come to weave prayer flags. They were fast learners and fast weavers, we had a blast! Here is a photo of the completed flags, which I will deliver to "Voices from the Heart" a local 200 member womens' chorus tonight.
Please join me on Thursday to read messages of hope and goodwill. September 11th, noon to about 1:30, Market Square, Portsmouth, NH. I look forward to seeing each of you!
With gratitude, Sarah
Friday, September 5, 2008
Thursday September 11th, noontime, I will be in Market Square Portsmouth reading and gathering messages of goodwill, hope and renewal. Please join me if you can. Even a few moments of listening and reading these amazing heartfelt words from around the world brings a sense of well being. I truly appreciate the support!
I continue to have weavers join me here in my studio to weave the prayer flags. All are welcome, no experience necessary! Slowly and steadily the number of flags woven is building. I plan to deliver more next week, so watch for photos of newly installed prayer flags!
Send more messages, spread the words and please join me in building positive energy in this world. Peace to all, Sarah