Wednesday, December 17, 2008

Thank You, Stratoz

This suncatcher arrived in the mail several weeks ago, a generous one-of-a-kind gift from my friend Stratoz, who sought to offer healing in one of my favorite forms.

Unfortunately, there hasn't been a lot of sun to catch, and the window screen doesn't add to the photographic presentation. I think I'll take it back to seminary with me after Christmas, where I may have more luck with both.

But I wanted to make a public thank-you. And the quality of the photo can never match the quality of the gesture of kindness, anyway.

8 comments:

Ruth Hull Chatlien said...

That is stunning. I hope you find the perfect place for it.

Rev SS said...

Very beautiful! What a lovely gift.

Stratoz said...

You are welcome.

peace, hope, joy, love... and sunshine.

Presbyterian Gal said...

What a beautiful gift!

Anonymous said...

Definitely a beauty!

Mich

Carol said...

Beautiful. Perhaps it can go with you on your upcoming trip since there's sure to be sunshine there.

Jennifer said...

Breathtaking!

Kathryn J said...

It's beautiful even in the absence of sun. Living on the north coast - any of the lakes actually - means that November and December are the grayest months.

Next Sunday, the sun will start makng ever stronger attempts. May you find a way to acknowledge, if not embrace, the return of the sun.