Saturday, September 17, 2011

Saturday Morning At The Putnam Farmers Market~

Well here we are, having arrived at another weekend. Tomorrow Sunday September 18th, is our United Nations International Day Of Peace event, in our neck of the woods. So after getting up early this morning, & being sure to have made copies of the Peace Potato Peeps poems to give to visitors at the Putnam Farmers Market, loading up my car for phase one of packing in all sorts of stuff for the weekend, & also stoping for gas, as the tank was on empty, along with a good sized coffee to go, I was off to the farmers market...
That being said, it really was a very good morning, as the energy & colors of all sorts of produce & things at a farmers market, are so conducive to cheer & good will.

There's only a few hours of daylight left in our neck of the woods, & as much as my list of what to bring for our Peace Day event for tomorrow, is very doable, I need to be sure that everything gets packed up in as much of an organized manner, as possible.

So here we go, for a bit of controlled chaos loading up the car, for the next phase. So, if you're in our neck of the woods, be sure to stop by to join us for this years~

United Nations International Day of Peace 2011

Sunday September 18th


rain or shine

on the grounds of~

B'nai Shalom

125 Church St., Putnam, Ct.

For music, prayers of the world faiths, children's activities, community art show, & visiting for the very first time those, Peace Potato Peeps ~ "spuds that speak..."

This year in honor of the Peace Potato Peeps first ever UN Peace Day event~
Mother Lightning's Peace Garden will be giving away a complementary spud, to one lucky guest on the day of the event. As of this morning, I have near to a dozen names in our recycled container, of which one of those peace loving individuals will be the recipient of their very own spud!

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© Mother Lightning of Mother Lightning's Peace Garden

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