Tuesday, January 3, 2012


On Sunday, January 1, 2012, our church rededicated the peace pole in Auburn. This pole was installed by our church in the year 2000 and each year since then, there has been a re-dedication ceremony. In my mind, it never hurts to keep peace in the forefront and by making a conscious effort to think about peace (to re-dedicate you thoughts toward this) it has a better chance of becoming a reality.

I am the one kneeling on the ground with a funny expression on my face. Gee, a photo never represents what I feel I look like. On the inside I am young, I am thin, I am the perfect weight. And I guess that is all that really matters, right? ON THE INSIDE I am exactly what I want to be and so: it is! And that grey hair? Well...I've had that since I was 36 years old. Genetics are hard to escape.

Have a wonderful, healthy, happy new year, filled with everything that you manifest from INSIDE!!


  1. I think that is a great idea Teri, the Peace Pole. Wouldn't it be wonderful to always have peace. Just stopped by to say Happy New Year and a prosperous one too. You don't have a funny face kneeling down in the photo. I think you look great and rather happy.

  2. Nice comment. Peace is always at the forefront with me. Can't always achieve it but I'm always aware of it.

  3. very cool...i think a tangible reminder is a good thing...we should keep peace in the forefront of our minds...happy new year teri!

  4. I like your peace pole. My sister's church has one also (UU). You look great btw!

  5. I like this idea of an public reminder for peace...maybe I will make one for my studio. Thank you for the great inspiration. Peace for all, Mary Helen Fernandez Stewart


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