Thursday, November 4, 2010


Ok, I admit it.
I signed up for the blogger thing for peace...
but I am far to lazy to figure out how to load the globe pic...
change it on photoshop with my name etc...
post here and play bloggy peaceness.
I spent the day in meetings, hospitals, and doc offices
and I am simply too exhausted to think.
ok, an excuse, but I am sticking to that!
What does PEACE mean to you?
How does it effect you and your daily life?
Do you think about it at all during you daily routine?
Do you wish for it in your life?
In the world?
For friends and family?
So tell me, what calms your heart?

*giggles* I love this picture!
I can flip people off with my talented toes...
...but I regress...
Told you I was tired and easily distracted!

Peace for me has many meanings.
I see it in the beauty of the colors of fall...
the quiet in the air as the leaves begin to turn brilliant.
Ahhhh and those peaceful snowy winters,
flowery springs.
and the beautiful warming sun of summer!
I find peace on days like today when the rain is falling
and I get to cuddle in front of a fire place.
I find peace in being with my friends and family.
I find peace in a delicious fresh baked chocolate chip cookie.

I find peace when I look at my favorite flower.
Sunflowers are definitely peaceful!
I find peace when my guy tells me he loves me before
we hang up the phone after every single conversation.
I find peace when playing with art.
wow... I could go on and on and on...
So again I ask you...
What does PEACE mean to you?


Tricia McWhorter said...

Wow. So much to consider. There are so many kinds of peace. There's world peace which seems somehow unattainable to me—there you have me at my cynicism, and there's inner peace—something I work at every day and I think is possibly attainable—my optimism.

Walk in the Woods said...

Well … even without the Peace Globe you did good. :) Next time, let me know and I might be able to help out.

As for peace … well … I think you've already caught a glimpse.

Peace, baby!

Bird Shit and Baby Caca said...

The time I feel most at peace is when I am right next to my twin sister. I never feel as calm or relaxed as when I am with her...I feel complete.

Anonymous said...

Until governments, corporations, religion and individuals continue to want it "all" at the expense of the welfare and lives of others there will not be world peace.

We must seek peace within ourselves and with our families and friends as well as those who disagree with us.

I find my peace in witnessing the awesome beauty and power of our universe. With family, friends and yes, with lovers. They make me happy and fulfilled.

Peace is making someone happy. Peace is helping another. Peace is a finished project. It is so many things.....

Mommie Dearest