Sunday, January 6, 2008

Sacred Sunday

This will be my final Sacred Sunday post. I haven't done very well with keeping up with my Sacred Sunday posts, so I figure it's time to bow out gracefully. I'd like to thank Carla over at Zena Musings for giving me the opportunity to embrace my Sacred Sunday's wholeheartedly. Carla is a candle practitioner of the best kind - and get this - she has Full Moon specials. Please visit her at Zena Moon.
You won't be disappointed. Plus, you get a cool little box of matches with your order!

Now, on to my Sacred Sunday. Do ya'll get that that's a man's hat on my coffee table -- in the morning!?

I think you can tell a lot about a man by the hat he wears. :)

Coming up next - the Archetypal Wheel. Happy Sacred Sunday's to you all.


bella said...

Love the hat. It speaks well for the man who wears it.
Looking forward to the archetypal wheel.

Claudia said...

Whose hat is that? Specifically?


Angela said...

Why, Claudia, you know I can't kiss and tell on a blog!

Claud said...

So you're saying you kissed him?

Angela said...

Well, yes, yes I did kiss him. :)

Janet said...

Your living room looks cozy! Makes me want to lay down on that sofa and read.

You got yourself a cowboy?

Rick Hamrick said...

Angela, you have already broken the "cannot kiss and tell" law, what with admitting to having kissed the owner of the hat and all, so it is beyond me to understand why you are not spilling all!!

If you can't dish on yourself, who can you dish about (in good conscience)?

Even if you insist on maintaining the good manners to keep silent, I wish you (and the cowboy) the best!


Rick Hamrick said...

I feel it is appropriate to include a comment along less-comedic lines: I greatly enjoy reading what you write, Angela, and I'll be back (in fact, I have catching up to do, as I'm behind a few posts in my reading here).

It has been a pleasure to have you along on the Sacred Life ride. It's like any other stick around until it is time to turn off and head for your own place. I'm happy for you that you have that place, and it is a joy to visit with you.

Angela said...


Thanks so much. Sacred Life Sunday introduced me to many fabulous bloggers - yourself included. I'm really glad I sort of participated. :)

Carla said...

Thank you, Angela. Blessings & love to you!

Diva Carla said...

Hi Angela! I "saw" that cowboy when you mentioned a sleeper in the house over at my blog. Good praying in that church. I have enjoyed visiting the Church of Love a few Sunday mornings myself :o)

Jane said...

Go get em' cowgirl!!! I love that hat and the fact that it isn't yours makes me happy that you've got some fun things going on :)

miss*R said...

I haven't been a very good Sacred Sunday-er either.. but the other day, I decided to make an effort to do it as sometimes I really need to find sacredness and this will prod me to do so :)
seems I have lots to catch up on here.. I am back from the sea-side.. it was wonderful

Beverly Keaton Smith said...

Hey Angela, I really like your integrity around completing with your participation in the sacred sunday project. I'm glad to have met you through this avenue though and will continue to check in and read your blog regularly! Happy New Year! Beverly