Thursday, June 5, 2014

My Favorite Photos: Daisy's Carnation

Last Sunday at our Unitarian Universalist church they had a big arbor with flowers in something they called a flower communion. They asked everyone to bring a flower to decorate the arbor, and at the end everyone was suppose to take a flower they didn't bring. It was used to symbolize the church's diversity in theological perspectives. Daisy picked a carnation (I think), and she was quite happy about it. 

14 comments:

bj said...

hmmm...just left a comment and now it's gone...
That's a pretty flower but Daisy has it beat...she's adorable.

Selvaggia Capizzi said...

She is so adorable!
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Bob Bushell said...

Good being Daisy.

Anna-Alina said...

Looks great!

Stephanie Faris said...

Pretty!

stephen Hayes said...

A beautiful flower for a beautiful young lady.

Christine said...

beautiful carnation, it lasts a long time compared to other flowers.

Teddi said...

that's a lovely idea! i like the theory behind it. did you choose a flower adam?

Adam said...

I did, but I'm not much of a flower person. I just gave it to Daisy afterwards.

Pat Hatt said...

A nice way to show diversity indeed

Plowing Through Life (Martha) said...

That is such a lovely idea. And Daisy's choice was great. I love carnations.

Sakuranko said...

Oh very cute is Daisy!
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Theresa Mahoney said...

That's so sweet! I bet she loved getting an extra flower from you. And I like her choice. Carnations are a lovely flower!

Kay said...

Daisy has good taste. I agree that's a carnation. I like the concept of a religion that is respectful of everyone's beliefs.